Nonoccupational Fraud – A Former FBI Agent Tells All

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Victor Hartman, JD

The Hartman Firm, LLC

  • CPA Canada
  • CRMA
  • CFF
  • CFSA
  • CFE
  • CIA
  • CPA
  • CVA

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Overview

  • Fraud Tree
    5 mins
  • Predatory Fraudsters
    15 mins
  • Business Email Compromise
    29 mins
  • Ponzi Schemes
    44 mins
  • FBI Operation Diluted Trust
    63 mins
  • FinCen: Suspicious Activity Report
    88 mins

Course Description

Nonoccupational frauds are those that generate from outside the organization and not from the employees within the organization. This course describes “nonoccupational” frauds in great detail. The course also explains why this class of frauds is more dangerous and difficult to prevent than occupational frauds. The course will discuss the following frauds:

  • Scams & Con Artists
  • Securities Fraud
  • Government Fraud
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Financial Institution Fraud
  • Bankruptcy, Matrimonial, and Business Divorce Fraud
  • Theft of Intellectual Property

The presenter provides unique insights into these frauds. He also provides attention-getting case examples to bring the material to life. The presenter is a 25-year veteran of the FBI. He is also an attorney and CPA that specializes in internal investigations in his private practice. This two-hour course is part of a series of courses from Vic Hartman on the topic of fraud.

This online CPE webinar for CPAs covered key topics:

  • Case examples of nonoccupational frauds
  • Health care fraud schemes
  • Securities fraud including Ponzi Schemes and Insider Trading
  • Insurance fraud and bank fraud schemes
  • Description of various mortgage fraud schemes

Why you should attend this webinar?

This webinar is for professionals that are responsible the prevention, detection, and investigation of fraud. These professionals include CPAs, attorneys, investigators, management, and government officials. This course is packed full of information and practitioner pointers. The course does an excellent job in providing fraud awareness so that practitioners can quickly spot nonoccupational frauds. The presentation is not only educational and informative, but it also does an excellent job capturing the participant’s attention.

Learning Objectives

  • To define the term nonoccupational fraud
  • To explain why nonoccupational frauds are more insidious
  • To explore mitigation strategies for nonoccupational frauds
  • To describe the magnitude of the dollar losses caused by nonoccupational frauds
  • To provide awareness and prevention strategies

Who Should Attend?

  • Accounting Managers
  • Auditors
  • CPA (Industry)
  • CPA - Mid Size Firm
  • CPA - Small Firm
  • Young CPA

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LC

Very good course the material was relevant and provided content that was easy to follow.