While the celebrity college admissions scandal made the largest headlines, there are many other types of fraud that affect colleges and universities. ACFE Research Specialist Julia Johnson, CFE, explains different fraud schemes in higher education and how to prevent them from occurring.
In this episode, ACFE Training Director Jason Zirkle, CFE, discusses the most common fraud schemes to arise during a natural disaster and, more specifically, which scams have arisen as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lyn Cameron, CFE, LL.B, is the senior director leading Microsoft’s Financial Integrity Unit, and recently, she was elected to the ACFE's Board of Regents. In this episode, Cameron shares advice on what it takes to build a fulfilling career, oversee case management for complex fraud investigations and manage a team that's spread out all over the world.
In this episode, Dr. Lisa Walker, leadership psychologist and executive coach, shares the value of practicing emotional intelligence to grow professionally, manage teams and move ahead. Also, in honor of International Women's Day on March 8, she discusses tips for women in the anti-fraud profession who are building and leading teams. Additionally, stay tuned until the very end for a special announcement from the ACFE.
This month's podcast is December’s Facebook Live recording during which ACFE President and CEO Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA, and Fraud Magazine Associate Editor Emily Primeaux, CFE, unveiled the most scandalous fraud schemes of the year. The article is available now on Fraud-Magazine.com.
John Gill, J.D., CFE, ACFE VP-Education, sits down with Art Markman, a professor of psychology at the University of Texas to discuss how and where we all draw our ethical lines.
Jeremy Clopton, CFE, CPA, director of Upstream Academy, sat down in our studio to discuss the top five areas where we typically see conflict arise from generational differences in the workplace. But, he didn’t stop there; he shared advice for overcoming these conflicts and how we can move forward in 2020.
In this episode, asset recovery lawyer Martin Kenney, CFE, shares stories from his decades-long career in finding money lost to fraud and corruption.
There’s a simple thread that connects entrepreneurs and conmen. Alexander Stein, Ph.D., discusses this connection and dissects how the psychodynamics of fraud can help fraud examiners spot the differences between ethical employees and malevolent ones.
Scott Porter, CPA, CA, and Senior Investigator at CPA Ontario, shares techniques to assist fraud examiners conducting investigative interviews in corporate settings. He also explores traditional law enforcement interview models, and offers emerging alternatives to enable practitioners to conduct ethical, legal and effective interviews.