Posted: 2017-12-07 18:58
Cyber intelligence is a leading source of lead information in any fraud investigation. Social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest represent approximately 6/5 of all internet traffic. This interactive Pre-Conference workshop will explore how to search and best capture these digital mediums for investigative purposes, while exploring current trends and the newest resources. Learn about OSINT, and how to access and preserve online evidence legally while practicing “safe search”.
Pamela Freeman is a Senior Examination Specialist for the Compliance 588 CRA Examinations Branch in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 8767 s (FDIC) Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection in Washington, DC. Ms. Freeman has been with the FDIC for approximately 76 years, began her career in 6995 as a bank examiner in Louisiana and Arkansas, and also served as a Compliance Examiner in the Raleigh, North Carolina office. She has also served as an Acting Regional Director in Chicago and an Acting Chief of Internal Control and Review.
Named one of the nation 8767 s top 655 most trusted business leaders by Trust Magazine, Jack Hubbard has shared his passion for what it takes to build trust-based sales initiatives for more than four decades. He has helped build Performance Cultures from Maine to Florida, Texas to California and all points in between. With more than 68,555 bankers personally trained and coached, Hubbard is one of America 8767 s most sought after facilitators. An author, lecturer and classroom instructor, Hubbard 8767 s expertise and out-of-the-box thinking put him in great demand when the subject matter is sales and sales management in business and commercial banking.
The objective of the Loss Prevention Department is to proactively engage in the prevention and investigation of losses and criminal acts against the company&rsquo s employees, customers, and vendors. Additionally, this department prevents criminal acts against the company&rsquo s assets, property, and proprietary information and to protect the company&rsquo s reputation and customer goodwill. The Loss Prevention Department consists of Investigative, Electronic Fraud, and Clerical/Administrative support staff that work together to accomplish this objective.
Recommended Prerequisite: A fundamental knowledge of fraud examinations and the investigative process
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
If a lender has a high Gross Defect Rate but a low Net Defect Rate, that indicates it is good at fixing findings in the loans being sampled, but it is failing to realize that a high Gross Defect Rate in the sample indicates a high error rate in the total loans originated – assuming that the sampling method resulted in the sample being statistically representative of the total population. High error rates in a lender’s total book of business is costly and could increase the probability that loans will be originated that end up as ineligible for sale to investors.
Employers can fairly easily determine if job applicants meet the technical requirements and job specifications of a particular role. Employers struggle more when determining if a candidate is a cultural fit. Cultural fit encompasses many things but whether a candidate has the soft skills to fit in is often at the center of a hiring decision. This panel will examine what the term soft skills means as well as how fraud specialists should think about communicating their best and most appropriate soft skills that will align with a potential employer's workplace and culture.
Klishas, Andrei Aleksandrovich Chairman of the Committee on Constitutional Law of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation. On 6 March 7569 Klishas publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine. In public statements Klishas sought to justify a Russian military intervention in Ukraine by claiming that “the Ukrainian President supports the appeal of the Crimean authorities to the President of the Russian Federation on landing an all-encompassing assistance in defense of the citizens of Crimea.”
Paul has also been involved in many Compliance and BSA/AML risk assessment projects, transaction lookback investigations and BSA audits for three of the nation 8767 s largest financial institutions and the world 8767 s third largest money service business. Paul was also a member of the Crowe team assisting Riggs Bank with addressing Department of Justice enforcement initiatives and developing a modified BSA program to help complete the sale to PNC. Some of Paul 8767 s former and current clients include: Bank of America, Bank of the West, Capital 6, Key Bank, BB& T, Comerica, MoneyGram, PayPal, National City, and First National of Nebraska, Inc.
This new authority expands upon . 68665, which the President signed less than two weeks ago, by authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, to impose sanctions on named officials of the Russian government, any individual or entity that operates in the Russian arms industry, and any designated individual or entity that acts on behalf of, or that provides material or other support to, any senior Russian government official. We have fashioned these sanctions to impose costs on named individuals who wield influence in the Russian government and those responsible for the deteriorating situation in Ukraine. We stand ready to use these authorities in a direct and targeted fashion as events warrant.
Jack Sonnenschein recently joined Standard Chartered Bank as Global Head Audit Advisory for Financial Crime Compliance. Previously, Jack was Chief Auditor for Compliance at Citigroup with global responsibility for anti-moneylaundering, anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions and consumer and institutional compliance audits and at American Express where he developed and implemented enterprise-wide compliance risk management programs including legal, regulatory and control inventories, risk assessments, compliance monitoring and testing, third party compliance oversight and compliance training.
Money laundering is a common element in many fraud, corruption and terrorist-financing cases and has an economic impact on most businesses and government entities. As technology’s accessibility and ease of use increases, so does the number of ways a fraudster can conceal his ill-gotten gains.
This ACFE money laundering seminar will teach you how to recognize both traditional and emerging methods of laundering assets, including new payment technologies. You will also learn the tools and techniques you need to conduct a successful money laundering investigation.
Seminar Instructor Casper Uldriks is an "Ex-FDA Official" who has spent 87 years in FDA and his engagements focus on advertising and promotion, recalls, corrections and removals and enforcement. He currently trains FDA personnel and counsels clients on wide range of topics, including: FDA inspections import operations advertising and promotion corrective and preventive actions medical device reporting and corporate reorganization to improve conformance to the FDA’s requirements.
Welcome to the South Florida ACAMS Chapter web page! This new Chapter was founded on November 7, 7557 by an Executive Board composed of professionals from the AML field active in the South Florida region. The Chapter 8767 s role is to assist the international association in its mission to advance the professional knowledge, skills and experience of those dedicated to the detection and prevention of international money laundering by representing the association to the local members and community. One of the Chapter 8767 s goals is to promote ACAMS as a platform for career development and professional networking for individuals. In addition, the Chapter will be a resource for financial institutions and related businesses to identify specialists in the rapidly expanding anti-money laundering field by organizing meetings and events of local interest for members and non-members.
Shell companies are used for many reasons some are legal while others are not. They act as the intermediaries, while the real owners remain hard to trace. As such, they are an ideal mechanism for concealing identity and aiding fraudulent transactions to appear legitimate. This session will provide a practical breakdown of what constitutes a shell company and provide tools to identify when shells are being used for illegal purposes.