Center for Business Forensics Presents Seminar on Preventing and Detecting Fraud and Money Laundering

Rider University’s Center for Business Forensics will host the seminar, The Crook and The Crook Catcher: Preventing and Detecting Occupational Fraud & Money Laundering, on Friday, October 7.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Rider University’s Center for Business Forensics will host the seminar, The Crook and The Crook Catcher: Preventing and Detecting Occupational Fraud & Money Laundering, on Friday, October 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Sweigart Hall 115 on the Lawrenceville campus.

The seminar will feature Jonathan Marks, partner-in-charge of the Crowe Horwath LLP Fraud, Ethics, and Anti-corruption Practice, and Sam E. Antar, convicted felon, former CPA, and CFO of Crazy Eddie.

Through their presentations, business owners will learn about the steps they can take to reduce fraud in their organizations, and investigators will learn about the red flags that may indicate money laundering. Topics will include evolution of the fraud triangle; white collar criminal behavior; motivators for fraud; and internal controls. In addition, attendees will learn how to take advantage of auditors, and how to identify and prevent fraud.

The event is free and open to the public. Attendees will receive four hours of New Jersey CPE credits. For additional information or to register for this seminar, please contact Joanne Wetherbee at jwetherbee@rider.edu

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