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February 24th Dinner Meeting: Digital Evidence and Data Security – How To Protect Against The Types of Fraudulent Schemes Learned in Part 1

OVERVIEW   You will hear about methods you can utilize to protect yourself and your electronic data. You will also learn about the many methods available, things to do, things not to do and how to establish your individual or company protection needs. THE PRESENTER    Alexander Fishbein is recently retired police detective with thirty eight […]

November 24th Dinner Meeting: FRAUD AND MONEY LAUNDERING FROM A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

Presented by Stephen McClyment, Investigation Counsel, Law Society of Upper Canada   OVERVIEW Organized crime targets lawyer trust accounts to “layer” and then “launder” proceeds of crime, therefor lawyers are under a duty to be scrupulously ethical as to what they accept as funds into their trust accounts.  I will describe the Rules of Professional Conduct […]

2015 ACFE Canadian Fraud Conference: August 30-September 2

The 2015 ACFE Canadian Fraud Conference will take place August 30-September 2 in Ottawa – and we’d love to see your chapter members there. The conference offers an unparalleled opportunity for anti-fraud professionals to earn CPE credits, gain insights to best practices from Canada’s top companies and learn tactical approaches to eliminating fraud.     The […]

September 22, 2015: The ASSOCIATION of CERTIFIED FRAUD EXAMINERS Toronto Chapter & CANADIAN ASSOCIATION of SPECIAL INVESTIGATION UNITS Trillium Chapter Presents The 2015 Toronto Fraud Forum

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 (One Day) 8:00am (Registration) to 4:00pm Le Parc Conference Centre 8432 Leslie St., Thornhill, ON L3T 7M6 SW Corner of Leslie St. & Hwy #7 Price $220 + HST (Early Registration), $235 + HST After September 10, 2015 GENERAL ENQUIRIES: Toronto Fraud Forum Registrar – Penny Hill – 416-480-9475 acfe.toronto@sympatico.ca CASIU […]

June 24th Dinner Meeting: SKEPTICISM: THE PRIMARY WEAPON IN THE FIGHT AGAINST FRAUD

OVERVIEW Boards and management must take care to exercise a skeptical approach to financial reports and supporting information.  It is not just auditors who must be concerned with maintaining appropriate professional skepticism. This point was stressed during a roundtable convened by the Anti-Fraud Collaboration, which comprises the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), Financial Executives International (FEI), […]

May 26th Dinner Meeting: The Cybercrime Game – How Are You Playing?

OVERVIEW We live in a world where conversations are held and relationships are built using social media.  We share our thoughts, life experiences, dreams and other personal information with our “friends” using this platform.   In the past several months, our media was dominated by highly publicized breaches.  The Cybercrime game has just begun.   The extent, […]

March 31st Dinner Meeting: RISK MANAGEMENT AND FRAUD

OVERVIEW Trust but verify. While these words were frequently used by Ronald Reagan, I think they also apply to how your organizations deal with Fraud. In my experience, I am often faced with organizations that have experienced a fraud and question how that could have happened, as they have good fraud controls. When pressed it […]

February 26th Dinner Meeting: KEEPING THE “F” WORD OFF CONSTRUCTION SITES: CURRENT ISSUES RELATED TO CONSTRUCTION FRAUD

OVERVIEW While no industry is immune to fraud, recent media reports have certainly highlighted the prevalence of fraud and corruption in the construction industry. Recent surveys also suggest that the incidence of fraud has been increasing in the construction industry. During this presentation, you will learn about some of the most common types of fraud schemes which are experienced in […]