2018 Fall Fraud Seminar
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2018 Fall Fraud Seminar


Total Credits: 7

Category:
Fraud
Faculty:
Alexis C. Bell |  Paul Dunlop
Duration:
8 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
License:
Access for 30 day(s) after program date.


Description

Agenda: 

  1. Overview of Root Cause drives (regulatory, IIA etc).
  2. Interactive attendee activity #1 - root cause approach baselining.
  3. Activity Feedback from attendee groups.
  4. Break
  5. Interactive attendee activity #2 - [introduce Crundwell case study]
  6. Lunch
  7. Root Cause tools orientation
  8. Break
  9. Practice Root Cause tools on case studies
  10. Wrap up

Faculty

Alexis C. Bell Related seminars and products: 1

MS, CFE, PI


Alexis C. Bell, MS, CFE, PI is the founder & managing partner of Fraud Doctor LLC. She helps companies protect themselves from fraud by specializing in international litigation support, antifraud consulting, training, and board advisory. She is driven by the fact that every dollar lost due to fraud is one less dollar that could be used to help someone in need (e.g. shareholders, other stakeholders, NGO clients, etc.). The ultimate goal is to protect
organizations from fraud and assure funds can remain within (prevention) or return to (recovery) the organization, which are then used for the original intended purpose of accomplishing their mission.
Bell is the current elected Global Chair to the Board of Regents for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) and appointed board member for the LexisNexis Fraud Defense Network Advisory Board. She serves as an adjunct professor in the Financial Crime & Compliance Management (FCM) graduate program in the College of Business & Justice Studies at Utica College. She is a champion within antifraud communities speaking at
conferences & delivering specialized training. She also produces a video podcast series (FraudCast) connecting antifraud thought leaders to global followers.
Bell successfully led the design and implementation of the initial Global Antifraud Program for a European public conglomerate with 165,000 employees. She then pioneered the first comprehensive Microfinance fraud risk management program covering 22 post/active conflict developing countries in the Greater Middle East, Eurasia, Latin America, and Africa. Both initiatives encompassed governance, fraud awareness training, fraud risk assessments,
data analysis, investigations, and communication strategies.
Bell spearheaded and chaired internal diversity programs addressing employee education and community outreach regarding both women's and Native American initiatives. She has been an active member serving on internal diversity & inclusion boards as well as external nonprofit boards supporting both antifraud and the arts. 
Bell is a graduate of Cornell University with a BS in Applied Economics, completed the ASCENT fellowship at Dartmouth University, and obtained her MS in Financial Crime and Compliance Management at Utica College. She has authored three books and broken new ground with academic research in furtherance of the antifraud field.


Paul Dunlop Related seminars and products: 1


Paul Dunlop joined Fraud Doctor in 2018. He is a high performing executive with 30-years of diverse experience across the financial crimes domain acquired during roles in Europe and North America with impactful accomplishments in both the financial services industry and law enforcement field. He specializes in making fraud, cyber & financial crimes programs a business competitive advantage, synthesizing complex regulatory requirements and frameworks into integrated value-add strategies, programs, and solutions.
Using advisory expertise, thought leadership and broad collaboration, he has created industry-leading achievements for employers, their partners and clients across fraud, cyber and financial crime risk management. His private industry experience has seen him cycle between both strategic and operational leadership roles, most recently leading Citi’s global fraud management efforts, including the transformation of its fraud management policies and framework, with associated responsibility for the company’s Identity Theft FACTA Program.
Dunlop has held progressive leadership roles across corporate security, investigations and risk management with his early financial services career focused on designing AML, enhanced due diligence, employment background screening, intelligence & analytics, and operations & technology programs in corporate security. He has also conducted major corporate investigations (e.g. “Panama Papers”), and led transformative initiatives as diverse as fraud risk assessment, enterprise case management, cross border privacy, and the adaptation of systemic root cause methodologies for fraud and operational risk.
Dunlop is passionate about the importance of learning and professional development in fraud risk management, having built enterprise training for employees and corporate clients alike, pioneering professional development models for corporate security professionals. He serves on advisory boards at the University of South Florida’s College of Education and MUMA School of Business in the design of cyber education for executives and practitioners.
In addition, Dunlop is an appointed board member for the LexisNexis Fraud Defense Network Advisory Board and an advisor to the Identity Theft Resource Center data breach committee.

 


Dates

Thu, Nov 15, 2018 - 08:00a to 04:00p EST - SKU: 00041

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