Time: July 6, 2017 from 1pm to 2pm
Street: Compliance Global Inc. 2754 80th Avenue
City/Town: New Hyde Park
Website or Map: http://bit.ly/2s6Snyj
Event Type: online
Organized By: Compliance Global Inc.
Latest Activity: Nov 4
This AML compliance webinar will look at the use of financial statements as a tool to commit fraud upon the financial sector and investors and common tricks used by fraudsters, as well as identifying “red flags” for potential problems.
Why Should You Attend:
Many companies have started addressing financial statement fraud due to the financial losses suffered and collapse of their well established brand identity. This webinar will discuss some of the ways in which one relying on such financial information may take steps to prevent falling victim to fraud.
Areas Covered in this Webinar:
Financial Statement Fraud – what is it and some examples of its use
Often-used tricks to commit fraud in financial statements
How to verify financial statement information
Red flags -how to identify potential fraudulent information
What to do when potential fraud is found or identified
How to confront a person or company providing fraudulent information
Developing a policy to verify fraud and risk management techniques
Some recent notable cases involving financial statement fraud
Understand the components and red flags of fraud
Management’s responsibility in fraud prevention
Practical approach that can be applied
Who Will Benefit:
Banks and other financial institutions
AML Compliance Officers
Heads/Directors of AML Compliance
Anti-Money Laundering Investigator
CCOs (Chief Compliance Officers)
MLROs, (Money Laundering Reporting Officers)
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Kenneth Barden is a an attorney and an expert in financial integrity and compliance. For many years, Ken has been an independent consultant for several international development projects, including ones funded by USAID, the MCC, World Bank, UN, Asian Development Bank and others. Ken served as Team Leader for the USAID-administered MCC Threshold Indonesia Control of Corruption Project in Indonesia, working on anticorruption and judicial reform. Immediately prior to joining USAID, Ken was with the USAID Modernizing Financial Institutions project in the West Bank, where he led implementation of anti-money laundering and anticorruption activities.
Ken's experience includes work in Eastern Europe, Central and Southeastern Asia, Oceania, the Middle East and Africa. He also has over 15 years of experience in municipal government. Ken holds a Juris Doctor from Indiana University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from University of Indianapolis, as well as post-graduate work in Disaster Management from the University of Wisconsin and in International Humanitarian Law from the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), in Hyderabad, India.