ACFE Social Media Specialist
You receive the tip. You identify the suspect. You assemble a team. It’s now time to act. Those first steps can be crucial when beginning an internal investigation and assessing an allegation of fraud. Fortunately, the first 24 hours can go off without a hitch with the help of a little planning and preparation.
Leah Lane, CFE, Global Investigations Manager at Texas Instruments, Inc. will cover these scenarios in her four-hour Pre-Conference session, Conducting Internal Investigations: Planning and Logistics at the ACFE Annual Fraud Conference this June. The Pre- and Post-Conference sessions, a four-hour session and two-day seminar, respectively, are ideal for those looking to spend more time digging deeper into specific issues they face as fraud fighters.
Of course, Lane isn’t the only expert offering insight in these sessions. Check out the lineup below:
Pre-Conference Sessions, June 17, 2012
- Conducting Internal Investigations:Planning and Logistics - goes into detail about the who, what, where, when and how of planning an internal investigation
- Creating an Effective Work Product for the Courtroom -practical advice on how to handle litigation and maximize effectiveness
- Planning and Conducting Vendor Audits -gives a solid foundation for vendor audits, identify which vendors to target and know what common fraud schemes to look for
Post-Conference Sessions, June 21-22, 2012
- Auditing/Investigating Fraud Seminar - delves into the must-have anti-fraud concepts for auditors and investigators, as well as tips and techniques
- Contract and Procurement Fraud - from the field knowledge of how to detect and deter devastating contract and procurement frauds
- Investigating on the Internet: Research Tools for Fraud Examiners - learn how to research foreign corporate records and optimize online searches
Read more about the speakers and sessions at the 23rd Annual ACFE Fraud Conference.