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 Implementing a Fraud Risk Program

10/14/2013 8:00 AM
10/14/2013 12:00 PM
Gleacher Center 450 Cityfront Plaza Drive Chicago, IL |  
Members $75
Student, Retired, Unemployed, and Educator Members $50
Non-Members $100
Cancellation Deadline Date: 10/09/13
Cancellation Policy applies. See details below.


In this how to session, seasoned fraud buster and white collar criminologist, Craig L. Greene walks you through the steps of implementing a Fraud Risk Management Program and specific steps in performing a Fraud Risk Assessment. The session focuses primarily on assessing fraud risk in the procurement/disbursement function.

At this session, attendees can expect to:


  1. Understand the current trends in occupational fraud
  2. Understand the profile of the typical occupational fraudster
  3. Learn the best practices of implementing a Fraud Risk Management Program
  4. Learn the necessary steps to perform a comprehensive fraud risk assessment


Who should attend this event?
  1. Internal Auditors, Managers, and Directors seeking greater understanding of implementing a Fraud Risk Management Program and performing a Fraud Risk Assessment
  2. Corporate Security and other Asset Protection Professionals
  3. External Auditors and other Professionals performing fraud risk assessments.
  4. Certified Internal Auditors (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs), and other certified professionals 


Craig L. Greene, CPA/CFF, CFE, MCJ is partner in charge of Financial Investigation Services for McGovern & Greene LLP, a forensic accounting and litigation services consulting firm with offices in Las Vegas, Nevada, Chicago, Illinois and Atlanta, Georgia. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting from Aurora University and a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University. Mr. Greene works as a consultant and expert witness for law firms, corporations, governmental and law enforcement agencies on cases involving allegations of fraud and misrepresentation. Many of his corporate internal investigations have focused on corruption payment schemes to senior corporate executives. Other engagements have involved high profile fraud investigations both nationally and internationally, many of which have involved fraudulent financial reporting.

An internationally recognized public speaker, Mr. Greene has addressed numerous organizations on topics involving fraud and its detection. He is a faculty member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Institute of Internal Auditors, University of Nevada, Reno Gaming Management Program and has been a guest instructor in fraud examination at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University and numerous other universities and colleges. Craig has also served as a corporate fraud instructor for the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and is a procurement and contract fraud trainer for the U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Services (“NCIS”).

Mr. Greene has been a contributor to the ACFE’s Fraud Magazine. His article on inventory fraud entitled “When Employees Count Too Much” won the ACFE’s annual Hubbard Award in 2003 for best article of the year as voted by the membership. He is often quoted in the press on matters involving corporate fraud.

Program Information

Program Level: Intermediate
Instruction Method: Seminar
Pre-requisites Required: None
Advanced Preparation: None

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Cancellation Policy

Requests for cancellation must be made in writing to prior to 12:00pm noon on the cancellation deadline date. Registered participants who give a cancellation notice after the deadline, or who do not attend the event, will be charged the full price of the event. This policy is based on the fact that the Chapter contracts for costs (meeting space, speakers, catering, etc.) to present its events. The Chapter is required to pay for these costs whether or not the registered participant attends the event.