Testimonial – Shepherd University

Shepherd University Cindy Vance, Ph.D, CPAShepherd University …Everyone was very thrilled with her presentations. If we ever do the conference again, we highly recommend her. And if anybody else does a conference on fraud and data analytics, we would strongly recommend Alexis Bell.

Continue Reading

Presenting International Investigations at the ACFE Conference in Toronto, Canada

Presenting at the ACFE Fraud Conference in Toronto, CanadaAdhering to best practices in planning and conducting investigations is always crucial, but certain factors—such as team considerations, security, travel, and legal and regulatory issues—require additional attention when investigations span multiple jurisdictions. In this session, participants will discuss critical steps in the planning stage of international investigations that are often overlooked. Additionally, they will also explore a framework to chronologically walk through the best practices of conducting international investigations. You Will Learn How To:Implement best practices in planning and conducting international investigationsOvercome common challenges in international investigationsLevel: Intermediate Recommended Prerequisite: Basic knowledge about the steps in a fraud examination Field of Study: Specialized… Read More

Continue Reading

Attending the 28th ACFE Global Fraud Conference in Nashville

Excited to be attending the 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference in Nashville, TN next week (June 18-21) as a newly elected member of the Board of Regents. I will also be a panelist for the Wednesday morning session at 8:30am 11l Ethics Panel – What can we learn from White-Collar Criminals? moderated by John Gill, JD, CFE. Other panelists include Michael N. Pocalyko, CFE, PI, CA; Eric R Feldman, CFE, CIG, CCEP-I; and Gary Burke, CFE, CPA. If you plan on attending the conference, please reach out to me and connect. You can track where I will be during the conference on my Twitter feed @FraudDr. Stop by and… Read More

Continue Reading