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 IIA OC Chapter - Jan 2019 Lunch Training

1/15/2019 11:00 AM
1/15/2019 1:10 PM
Equinox (1980 Main Street, Irvine) | California
The Orange County Chapter of the IIA Invites you to attend our January 2019 Lunch Meeting.
  
Registration is now Open, Click HERE to register today!
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Tuesday, January 15, 2019
11:30 am – 1:10 pm (Registration opens at 11:00 am)
CPE Credit: 2 hours
Equinox (formerly Sports Club LA): 1980 Main Street, Irvine CA 92614 / Complimentary Parking
Lunch to be provided; Questions relating to specific dietary restrictions can be directed to registeriiaoc@gmail.com.​
Training Topic:
 
Developing an Anti-Fraud, Compliance and Ethics Program
 
Tone at the top can set a precedent for an ethical corporate culture, but a formal ethics program provides a clear framework for the organization’s expectations, policies and potential consequences. While compliance and ethics are the foundation of such programs, the pervasive threat of fraud makes it critical to also integrate fraud-focused initiatives into the program, including anti-fraud and whistleblower policies.
Learn best practices for creating an effective compliance and ethics program that incorporates anti-fraud measures. Eric Feldman’s presentation will provide an overview of the essential steps your organization needs to take in developing a program that will effectively foster ethical behavior, promote compliance and deter fraudulent activities by your employees.
CPE credit(s): 2
 
 
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Eric R. Feldman, CFE, CIG, CCEP-I
SVP and Managing Director, Corporate Ethics and Compliance Program, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.
Eric Feldman joined Affiliated Monitors after retiring from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 2011. Feldman had a distinguished 32-year career with both the Executive and Legislative branches of the federal government. He has served in executive positions with Offices of Inspector General at the Department of Defense, Defense Intelligence Agency, and CIA, and was the longest serving Inspector General of the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) from 2003-2009. At the NRO, he presided over a highly successful procurement fraud prevention and detection program, widely recognized by the Department of Justice as a model throughout the federal government.
 
 
 
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