2 Day Advanced Financial Crime Investigator Schedule
Day 1 – Morning
The 21st Century Fraudster
What type of person commits fraud? A fun exercise where students try to create the perfect fraudster.
The Fraud Risk of the New Generation
A study of the new generations personality characteristics that make them potentially more susceptible to fraud than any other previous generation. (As Featured in Fraud Magazine)
Day 1 – Afternoon
Yates Memo Implications
The Department of Justice has expressed renewed interest in anti-bribery, anti-corruption and anti-fraud programs. Learn how these new developments put executives as well as the heads of these departments at great personal risk. You might just be scared by the amount of risk you are being asked to take.
Pyschopathy and the Financial Crime Offender
In this exercise, learn why psychopaths and sociopaths are frequent offenders by living through the experiences of an investigator who has sat across from some of the worst psychopathic white-collar criminals.
Day 2 – Morning
An Investigator’s Guide to the Whistleblower
Go in-depth into the whistle-blower experience so you, as the investigator, are prepared to best interact with someone who has taken a major risk and suffered significant consequences.
Implicit Bias In Investigations
How our unconscious biases can inadvertently lead us down the wrong path and potentially obtain false confessions (Presented at ACFE Global Fraud Conference)
Day 2 – Afternoon
We Are Not Who We Think We Are
One of the best ways to learn is to find yourself behaving in a certain way and in this exercise, participants are surprised by the way they act. Falling into traps within the first couple of minutes, participants will discover their own implicit biases, flawed decision-making processes and most importantly, find that they can also become the victim of the groupthink phenomenon where people become blinded due to the cohesion of the team.
Social Psychological Behaviors: An Underutilized Tool for Interviewers
How interviewers can implement certain social psychological behaviors to improve their chances of obtaining confessions. (Presented at ACFE Global Fraud Conference)
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- Language English
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