March 16, 2023 | 8:30 a.m. PT – March 17, 2023 | 2:10 p.m. PT
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Fraud costs businesses and individuals over $5 trillion each year globally. Join us on March 16–17, 2023, for our Fraud & Forensic Accounting Virtual Conference, where we’ll have nationally recognized experts providing the latest info on areas such as cryptocurrency, fraud investigation reporting and post-acquisition disputes. You’ll leave this event knowing how to protect your clients with best practices.
This virtual conference is perfect for CPAs, Certified Fraud Examiners, Certified Internal Auditors, forensic accountants, governmental accountants, other accounting and auditing professionals, educators, financial executives and lawyers.
Forensic accounting professionals; Litigation services consultants and experts; Emerging FVS professionals; CFOs, controllers and senior financial professionals.
Basic knowledge of fraud and forensic accounting.
Learn best practices from local and national experts on various fraud and forensic accounting topics.
This session is the case study of the presenter’s involvement in a white-collar fraud conspiracy. It explores vulnerabilities that exist for everyone in today’s business world.
Ignoring one's instinct to inquire and investigate results from ethical complacency, indecision and a lack of confidence in making tough choices in difficult situations. The consequences lead to a lack of trust in an industry, a tarnished reputation of an organization and the complete psychological collapse and loss of freedom of good people.
There has been a dramatic increase in the number of internal investigations of companies, many of which involve accounting issues. This session will cover key elements of conducting an internal investigation and how this may impact audit results. We will also discuss the role of the external auditor in the process.
Judge Alsup will offer his perspective on the CPA profession, the role that forensic accountants play in dispute proceedings, and techniques for effective testimony by expert witnesses. In addition, he will highlight key concepts and takeaways from his recently published novel, The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald. His book asks what might have happened if Oswald had lived to stand trial for the murder of President John F. Kennedy.
Join our expert speakers as they tackle questions such as:
This session will cover the basics of blockchain technology and its applications; identify the similarities and differences between the flat banking system and a distributed ledger system; review the legal theories regarding digital asset securities and identify major crypto cases progressing through the court system. Our team of experts will uncover all things related to fraud and the future technology.
Ethical behavior is more than knowing what’s right and what’s wrong-- It’s making the right choices for the profession and the organizations and clients you serve. Simply put, it is not always simple. And when an unscrupulous fraudster is in the mix, it gets all the more complicated.
In this thought-provoking session participants will have the opportunity to:
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This session includes a team of experts who discuss borrower issues related to PPP loans; review key documents borrowers should be on the lookout for including overview of deadlines and expected timelines for a PPP loan forgiveness denial appeal; and lastly identify legal issues that borrowers are facing. Issues facing CARES Act fraud and enforcement efforts are also reviewed including different case examples.
Your seasoned Chapter 11 Financial Advisors will steer you through their recent work for the Easterday Ranches Chapter 11 Unsecured Creditors Committee, at a loss of $250 million (and 180,000 missing cattle), the largest cattle fraud case in U.S. History.