Fraud: Creating a Fraud program and Implementing It For Your Institution
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  • Duration : 60 Minutes
  • Level : All Levels
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Justin brings over 20 years of wide-arranging experience in compliance, training and regulations. He has previously worked in the Head of Compliance Training function for Macquarie Group, UBS, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of China, and GRC Solutions. Justin also runs his own Compliance Training company focusing on US and international regulations.

Justin also worked for FINRA, a US regulator, where he created Examiner University to train examiners on how to perform their function. He also serves as an advisor for the Global Compliance Institute (GCI) and instructs at the Barret School of Business and various compliance training providers.

Management has a responsibility to be familiar with and alert to the types of fraud that might occur in their area and to put in place effective controls to avoid such occurrences. Management should also provide support to and work with the Internal Audit Division, other areas in a financial institution by reporting and investigation of dishonest or fraudulent activity, including the prosecution of offenders. During this webinar, we will go through all responsibilities.

Areas Covered

  • Overview and Background
  • Preventing Fraud
  • A Fraud program
  • Types of Fraud
  • Regulatory implications

Who Should Attend

Anyone in the following functions:

  • Compliance
  • Legal
  • Risk Management
  • Operations
  • Technology

Why Should You Attend

What can we do?

We can create a fraud prevention program to reduce or eliminate the risk. The only way we can be prepared is by executing a program that considers our risk profile. We will explore what a fraud program looks like and how to make adjustments to keep up with changes in our environment.

Topic Background

Fraud is prevalent in almost every industry. Bank fraud is a criminal act that occurs when a person uses illegal means to receive money or assets from a bank or other financial institution. It’s much more than just bank robbery, check fraud, and impersonating someone else.

A criminal can infiltrate your institution without being seen or heard. As technology keeps improving, criminals will be equipped with more tools to work with to infiltrate your institution.

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