Kelly Ohayon, CFE, CPA, CA, and MD of Financial Governance and Controls at BMO Financial Group, will sit on a panel of experts at an upcoming screening of Collared, a new documentary produced with the support of the Fund for Innovation in Law and Media (FILM) established at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, as well as in partnership with the Hennick Centre for Business and Law. The screening and panel discussion will be at the HotDocs Ted Rogers Cinema, September 20, in Toronto and will offer 2 hours of CPE.
According to the film's website, Collared gives viewers an "inside look into the world of white-collar crime while revealing the grave and often unforeseen consequences that can flow from professional misconduct and ethical breaches."
The documentary features insight from leading scholars, former prosecutors and forensic psychologists about the case, as well as interviews with Joseph Grmovsek. Grmovsek to this day remains the only Canadian to ever be criminally convicted and serve a federal prison sentence for insider trading.
Ohayon will join an expert panel discussion to follow the screening to delve even deeper into insider trading prevention and risk mitigation measures.
For tickets and to read more about the event, visit the Collared website. Use the code "ACFEHD" to save 15% as an ACFE member.
Also, Grmovsek* will speak at the upcoming 2018 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada, October 28-31, 2018. Register by September 28 to save CAD 150.
*The ACFE does not compensate convicted fraudsters.