Fall Fraud Seminar – Two-Day Training Seminar

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Fall Fraud Seminar - Two-Day Training Seminar

This event is co-sponsored by the Albany Chapters of the ACFE, IIA, and AGA. Follow the link below to complete your registration!

Please Note: CPE Certificates for this event will be handed out at the event. You will not need to log in to your Albany ACFE account to receive your CPEs.  Additionally, the certificate for this event will not be maintained in your Albany ACFE account as the registration for this event is being handled by the Albany IIA group.

Information

Dates:
Monday & Tuesday, November 20-21, 2017

Times:
7:30-8:25 am - Registration
8:25 am-4:30 pm - Seminar
12:00-1:10 pm - Lunch

Location:
Radisson Hotel, Albany
Wolf Rd, Colonie, NY

CPEs: 7 per day

Speakers:

Steven Patterson, CFE
State of West Virginia, Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety

Catherine Leahy Scott, JD
NYS Inspector General

KPMG Representatives

Dr. Richard E Hurley, PHD., JD, MS, CPA, CFE
University of Connecticut

William J Kresse, JD, CPA, CFE
Governors State University

Costs for Training Seminar:

  • One Day: $150 for AGA, ACFE, IIA members; $225 for others
  • Two Days: $225 for AGA, ACFE, IIA members; $300 for others
  • Fully Retired AGA, ACFE, IIA members, and full time students $75; $125 for two days

$25 discount if registration is received before November 13, 2017

Registration closes November 17, 2017

Seminar Details

Join us for this information packed annual two day fraud seminar. You can choose to attend one or both days, and we offer a $25 discount if you register early.

On day one, Steven Patterson, an accomplished investigator, and analyst with 16 years of investigative, internal audit and managerial experience will provide a full-day session on Anatomy of Fraud Investigations from Allegation to Prosecution with real world case studies covering vendor fraud, executive fraud and pay to play schemes.

On Day two, KPMG representatives will provide a half-day session on conducting forensic investigations for fraud, waste and abuse and using data and analytics to identify trends in fraud, waste and abuse, NYS IG Catherine Leahy Scott will discuss the IG fraud investigation process and correlate to an actual case investigation and Professors Richard Hurley and William Cressey will provide a 90 minute expose of recent fraud cases.

You won’t want to miss this year’s fraud seminar. Earn 7 or 14 continuing education credit hours by attending the seminar for one or two days, respectively.

In addition, we will be raffling many prizes with all proceeds benefiting the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York.

CPE Field: Accounting/Auditing
NYS License Number: 000329