January 2020 Meeting

January 14, 2020
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
 Add to Calendar

The Scott Conference Center
6450 Pine St
Omaha, NE 68106
Venue website

Eric Rodriguez, Financial Crimes, Risk Manager with Nelnet, Inc

Eric Rodriguez is the Financial Crimes, Risk Manager, at Nelnet, Inc., with cross-functional expertise in business and forensic financial analysis.   He is responsible for the generation and validation of new approaches to detect and prevent fraud, waste, abuse, and serves as the company representative for multiple industry groups and associations focused upon his domestic and international experience in fraud.  He recently participated in the Negotiated Rule Making Sessions, “Program Integrity and Improvement,” in Washington, D.C., hosted by the U.S. Department of Education.

Mr. Rodriguez is a 36- year veteran in the prevention, detection, and control of fraud. His employment history includes American Express, JP Morgan Chase, First Data Resources, and Nelnet. His experience, knowledge, and expertise in the fraud arena include private, and government sectors focused on creating unique solutions to mitigate fraud risks.  His experience includes working and consulting with companies, including Pershing, Morgan Stanley, Chase Panama, Raymond James, Bank of Cayman, Budapest Bank, Bancomer, and many others.

Mr. Rodriguez's past speaking engagements include speaking venues such as the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where he lectured on Neural Network Fraud Prevention Technologies. The ACFE Heartland Chapter on Student Loan Fraud, Red Oak Iowa on Identity Theft, Better Business Bureau on Business Email Compromise (BEC), and many other venues. Internationally he has consulted for companies such as Bancomer, Inverlat, Chase Panama, Bank of Cayman Island, and Budapest Bank. Eric’s Certifications include: Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Financial Crimes Analyst, Certified BSA/AML Compliance Officer, Privacy Specialist and Certified Control Specialist.

Title: Investigating The Millennial Mind

This presentation will explore the challenges a Certified Fraud Examiner faces when conducting investigations that involve adolescents, teens, and millennial's as the victims, suspects, or witnesses. You will learn about their unique communication methods, both verbal and digital, and see how their use of technology changes their perception of time and space and their default sense of self.

CPE: 1 hour Specialized Knowledge

Last day to register is January 12, 2020!!


$20.00 Student Ticket

$20.00 Member Ticket

$25.00 Non-Member Ticket