2020 Virtual Fraud Training Seminar - June 29th and June 30, 2020

June 29, 2020 8:00 AM to June 30, 2020 5:00 PM
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Omaha, NE 68144
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Please register online.  You may pay online or mail a check to Heartland ACFE Chapter, PO Box 460726, Papillion, NE 68046.  Group registrations can be done online by adding multiple tickets to your order.  If you would like to renew your group membership and register that same group for the seminar please contact [email protected]

Tickets are not per day but for the whole event.  No one or two-day purchase only event purchase.  We will not be offering our buy 5 get 1 free due to the low cost of the event.

Questions? Contact [email protected]


JUNE 29 - Morning Presentation

Michael Skiba, Ph.D

Michael Skiba, MBA PhD

Vice President of International Counter Fraud Strategies 

Business Management & Organization - 1 CPE

Regulatory Ethics - 1 CPE

Fraud Prevention and Deterrence/Theories of Crime Causation- 1CPE

Information Technology - 1  CPE

Psychology of Fraud

This session is founded on the presenter's newly released book entitled, “The Psychology of Fraud”.  Understanding what motivates criminals is the basis of criminological theory, and applying these proven theories in insurance fraud will assist with developing highly effective counter-fraud strategies. This session will discuss the main components of criminological theory and The Fraud Triangle and how they can be specifically applied in a fraud setting. Time permitting, this session will also include a “hands-on” vulnerability workshop where the participants will analyze their own companies' counter fraud programs and assess for effectiveness; incorporating these newly learned criminological theories. Attend if you dare to get into the mind of a fraudster.

Corporate and Occupational Fraud

Corporate and occupational fraud is predicted to become one of the largest threats to companies and agencies in the upcoming year. Facing this internal threat requires a unique approach to counter-fraud, an approach that must be unique to that particular institution. In this very interactive session, learn specifics on schemes, detection methods, and strategies that can be taken away for immediate application. Furthermore, it delves into the mind of the corporate fraudster and how their unique make-up requires equally unique tactics.     

JUNE 29 - Afternoon Presentation

Marcy Phelps

President of Denver-based Marcy Phelps & Associates Inc

Specialized Knowledge/Fraud Prevention and Deterrence/Fraud Risk Management - 2 CPE

Specialized Knowledge - 2 CPE

Due Diligence Background Investigations: A 3-Step Process for Minimizing Risk

Mergers, acquisitions, and new partnerships bring lots of risks. That’s why it’s prudent to conduct pre-deal due diligence that goes beyond just finances and operations. Before investing your organization’s time, money, and reputation, consider how well you know the people and companies behind the investment. Are they who they say they are? Are they trustworthy, reputable, and reliable? Is there anything in their past that will affect the future? In this presentation, you'll learn when and why you need due diligence background investigations, how to align your level of due diligence with your level of risk, and the 3-step process for building profiles on the people and companies that affect your company’s reputation and bottom line. 

Discover what a due diligence background investigation is and what it’s not

·       Identify how due diligence investigations are used to minimize risk and who should conduct the investigation for the best results.

·       Explore the levels of due diligence background investigations and how to align with the level of risk.

·       Identify the three-step process for due diligence background investigations that will help you work more efficiently and effectively

How to Search Online Public Records

Whether you’re conducting pre-deal due diligence, verifying assets, investigating possible fraud, or checking out your expert witnesses, online public records contain a treasure trove of information about businesses and individuals. However, searching for assets, liabilities, corporation filings, court documents, and other online public records can be challenging, even for experienced researchers and investigators. This presentation covers the what and how of online public records searching, including what public records are and what they are not, what is and isn’t available online, myths and challenges, sources, and strategies for effective searching.

Explore the definition of public records and the different types available online

·       Recognize the myths and challenges of searching online public records

·       Identify the types of sources that offer access to online public records and what sources to avoid

·       Discover tips and strategies for effective searching and retrieval of online public records

June 30- Morning Presentation

John Hall, CPA

President of Hall Consulting, Inc

Behavioral Ethics - 2 CPE

Auditing: Fraud/Forensic Auditing - 2 CPE

Fraud Risk Management for Fraud Examiners & Auditors

We’ve already pledged to abide by an organization, professional and societal Codes of Conduct, so what exactly is the point of ‘ethics training’?

In this session, we’ll take a hard look at the ethics challenges present in 2020 for fraud examiners and auditors. We’ll cover how to help management translate ethics policies into real everyday business behaviors. You’ll come away with actionable ideas to strengthen your own or your client’s ethical business environment through proven Fraud Risk Management techniques.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore the relationship between ethics, integrity, and compliance
  • Identify the critical six critical components of a comprehensive anti-fraud initiative
  • Recognize the gaps between 'where we are' and 'where we need to be' to manage business fraud risks
  • Discover proven techniques and related talking points for meetings with executives, managers, and clients
  • Identify what executives and managers at all levels must do every day to create and sustain a real-world ethics-based business environment
  • Explore how to make your ethics hotlines come alive and be trusted by all

 

Fraud Detection & Incident Response for Fraud Examiners & Auditors

In this summary of our full-day skills training program, we’ll parachute right in building detection steps that apply to anti-fraud professionals. Then we’ll take a hard look at what to do (and what to avoid) in fraud incident response. You’ll get action lessons from current, real-world examples and experiences, and build your own fraud detection practices and case response checklists.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn exactly how to bridge the gap between fraud risk brainstorming and on-the-job action steps
  • Identify what works and what doesn't for detection of fraud, theft, misconduct and other wrongdoing
  • Explore “Three-Step Fraud Detection” – on every project
  • Identify 40 red flags of procurement and contracting misconduct and fraud 
  • Clarify your role in fraud cases and incident response
  • Understand what to expect when the alarm sounds – and how to react
  • Recognize opportunities to assist management via examinations and compliance audits of suppliers and contractors

 

JUNE 30 - Afternoon Presentation

James Jensen, CFE, CFI, ACS

Financial Crimes Analyst, Sammons Financial

Auditing - 2 CPE

Non-Claims Life Insurance Fraud Presentation

  • Objective 1 – Understand the statistics and financial impact related to non-claims life insurance fraud.
  • Objective 2 – Understand and recognize red flags related to non-claims life insurance fraud schemes.  Attendees will learn to identify actionable red flags and will be able to identify and define various non-claims life insurance fraud schemes including Rebating, Closed Society Business, Advanced Commission Schemes, and Account Take Over fraud. 
  • Objective 3 – Understand, recognize, and learn investigative tactics common in non-claims life insurance fraud schemes.

 

Alexis C Bell, MS, CFE, PI

Founder & Managing Partner of Fraud Doctor LLC

Tampa, Florida USA
ACFE Board of Regents 2017-2019, Global Chair 2018-2019

2 CPE in total

  • Management Services (Technical) – 2 CPE.  

 

The Fraud Landscape

SUMMARY: Today’s fraud risk management programs leave many organizations in perpetual response mode, surprised by each event, and running from one fire to the next. Learn what tomorrow’s practitioners do to create a program where they manage the risk for fraud, rather than having it manage them. In this session, myths that keep you running in place will be dispelled. You’ll hear how a simple shift in just a few areas can help you begin to gain traction in your ability to manage your risk for fraud.

  • The top 5 most perplexing myths in fraud risk management;
  • How to measure the effectiveness & efficiency of your fraud risk management program; and
  • “Bring Clarity to Fraud ©” by shifting how you analyze the impact of fraud events.  

 


I understand seating is not guaranteed until payment is received in full. I also understand that in order to receive a refund, I must cancel by no later than June 22, 2020. For more information regarding administrative policies for complaints or refunds, please click here or contact us at: [email protected].

Tickets

$125.00 Member Ticket

$175.00 Non-Member Ticket

$90.00 Student Ticket/Retired

$125.00 Twin City CFE