ANATOMY OF A FRAUDSTER
Future Sessions TBD
12:30 - 1:30 p.m. EST
One significant by-product of the series of high profile financial frauds reported since the early 2000s (Enron, Worldcom, Bernie Madoff’s investment funds, etc.) is an increased public demand for greater vigilance by all parties involved in the area of fraud and organizational governance. One of the most prevalent forms of reported fraud is referred to as employee, or occupational fraud.
- Brief overview of occupational fraud: what it is, how it is committed, who commits it, and the losses that arise from it.
- General guidelines for preventing fraud in the workplace.
For more information on the Walsh College finance graduate program, visit www.walshcollege.edu/MSF.
William Greshak, JD, CFE, CMA
Associate Professor in the Walsh College Finance and Economics Department
William Greshak also has over 13 years professional experience consulting with businesses involving a wide array of financial issues including forensic accounting, budgets, projections, corporate valuations, internal investigations, mergers and acquisitions, industry/performance trends, fraud detection and deterrence, and internal controls covering a wide range of industries. Read more.