Pre-conference workshop 2, March 25, New York

WORKSHOP 2: How to identify and prevent fraud

8:30 Registration and breakfast
  Chairman: Sri Ramamoorti, PhD (psychology), CPA. CFE, CFF, MAFF, Director, Corporate Governance Center & professor of accountancy, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY [ former Corporate Governance partner of Grant Thornton, and Chair of FEI's Committee on Governance, Risk & Compliance]
 9:00  Detecting fraud: An Overview
• Methods how to identify fraudulent activity
• What tools to use and how to use them
• What can you do on Monday morning to help prevent fraud
Joseph Koletar, DPA, CFE, veteran FBI Special Agent and formerly with Deloitte and Ernst & Young
 10:00  Psychology of fraud: Bringing Freud to Fraud
• Who is most likely to commit crime in a financial institution
• A-B-C indicators to watch out for
• Lessons learned from C-suite executives about leadership and governance
Daven Morrison, MD, Board Certified Organizational Psychiatrist, MORRISON ASSOCIATES
 11:00  Morning coffee break
 11:30  Anatomy of fraud: A life-cycle approach
• Prevention perspectives: Organizational culture and tone from the top
• Detection perspectives: When fraud allegations arise
• Investigation and Damage Control: Response to fraud risk scenarios
• Remediation perspectives: The psychological autopsy
Sri Ramamoorti, Director, Corporate Governance Center and professor of accountancy, Coles College of Business, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY
Victor Hartman, JD, CPA, Senior Chief Counsel (retired), FBI Atlanta Office
 12:30 Lunch
 1:30 Fraud risk in operational risk management
• Fraud as key composition in operational risk management
• Why is it important
• Fraud as key component of scenario analysis
Mark DeLong, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Operational Risk Management, FREDDIE MAC
 3:30  Afternoon coffee break
 4:00 Panel discussion: The future of behavioral, computer, and financial forensics in operational risk
Moderator: Sri Ramamoorti, Director, Corporate Governance Center and professor of accountancy, Coles College of Business, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY
Tom McGahey, Director, Operational Risk, WELLS FARGO
Joseph Koletar, veteran FBI Special Agent and formerly with Deloitte and Ernst & Young
Daven Morrison, Board certified MD and organizational psychiatrist, MORRISON ASSOCIATES
Victor Hartman, Senior Chief Counsel (retired), FBI Atlanta Office
 5:00  End of workshop

Who should attend:
• (the intersection of human behavior and fraud with an emphasis on the c-suite)
• Chief Information Officers (CIOs), and those involved with internal audit, internal controls, (fraud) risk mitigation & management, and compliance roles and functions
• HR: Heads of HR, Chief Risk Officers, Chief Learning Officers, Heads of Business Ethics, Directors of Employee Relations (employee engagement), Strategy Directors
• Finance: CFO
• Controllers
• Governance/Ethics
• Operations: CEO, BULs, Strategy

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