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 May Luncheon - Joint ACFE and IIA Meeting on Insurance Fraud

Speaker Presentation
5/16/2013 12:00 PM
5/16/2013 2:00 PM
Lincoln Center - 1316 N. Lincoln |
**REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 10TH​
 
Overview of Presentation:
Please join us for a joint training session between the Spokane Chapters of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Mr. Roger Smith of Marsh USA, Inc. will give a presentation on Money Laundering in Insurance Transactions.
Mr. Mark Couey of the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner will discuss fraud investigations and the various successes his office has seen over the past year.  
ROGER H. SMITH
Roger Smith is the Marsh West Zone Compliance Officer with responsibility for regulatory compliance, working out of Marsh’s Seattle office. He holds both the Associate in Risk Management and CPCU designations.
Roger joined Marsh in 1984 and has served the firm as a head of office and practice leader. He has also served as a member of the firm’s technology governance and technology advisory committees.  As client executive at a previous broker his responsibilities for risk management accounts included several large airline and hospitality firms, as well as an extensive book of construction business.
Roger is a frequent speaker on regulatory and surplus lines compliance, transparency, disclosure, ethics, focused customer solutions, and customer relationships for Marsh.
MARK COUEY
Mark has over 28 years of law enforcement experience, having worked for both the Oregon State Police and Washington State Patrol. Over 13 years of his career were spent in the WSP Investigative Services Bureau (ISB). His assignments have included Detective Sergeant assigned to Tax Evasion; Section Commander as a Lieutenant assigned to Narcotics, and as a Division Commander, first as the Captain over the Investigative Assistance Division and later the Special Operations Division.
Mark has an Associate’s Degree from Chemeketa Community College in Criminal Justice, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Oregon State University. He is a graduate of the International Association of Chiefs of Police “Leadership in Police Organizations” course. Mark is also a graduate of the DEA’s Drug Unit Commander Academy as well as the FBI’s National Academy, both at Quantico, Virginia.
Mark is honored to represent the Office of the Insurance Commissioner as the Director of the Special Investigations Unit. The unit investigates fraud perpetrated against insurance companies and pursues criminal charges against organized groups and individuals involved in various fraudulent schemes.