Day 1 – Morning
The 21st Century Fraudster
What type of person commits fraud? A fun exercise where students try to create the perfect fraudster.
Discover best practices to detect fraudulent documents before they damage your organization.
One of the most popular crimes in the US, this interactive session will help you understand how easy it is for criminals to steal your identity and how easy it is for criminals to exploit it.
Day 1 – Afternoon
Maricopa Case Study
A financial fraud case study into a fraud perpetrated by Barron’s #1 ranked hedge fund manager. Students will learn how the subjects manipulated some of the best and smartest businessmen into giving him over $100 million.
Understanding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) & the UK Bribery Act – How these two U.S. and British laws set a different tone for compliance, anti-bribery, and anti money laundering personnel around the world.
Day 2 – Morning
Introduction to Money Laundering
An interactive exercise introducing students to the basic concepts of money laundering.
Open Sources of Information
Do you ever wonder what sources the FBI uses to gather information? You might be surprised at the amount of information that is available to all investigators.
Day 2 – Afternoon
Work through an actual case of mortgage fraud in order to understand the offenders and see the techniques they used to steal millions from mortgage companies.
Waterford: A Case Study in Financial Fraud and Money Laundering
Inevitable twists and turns accompany this high dollar fraud case where the suspect was incredibly creative in ways to deceive his victim. Using fraudulent documents, identity theft, master influencing skills, and social psychological behaviors, this individual stole millions of dollars before being convicted.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 1
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes