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October 25th Dinner Meeting: “Where Have All The Fraudsters Gone?”

Ross will review a liquor stealing case, an abuse of authority termination, theft of time and the Muffin man, leaving you with something to chew on. He will examine employer goal setting and how it drives information collection, interview strategies and employer reactions. Often, criminal conviction is not relevant. From a lawyer’s perspective, he will […]

June 28th Dinner Meeting: “Understanding Risks of Money Laundering & Terrorist Financial Risks in Canada”

OVERVIEW    In July, 2015, the federal Department of Finance, consistent with international standards outlined by the FATF, issued its report on the Assessment of Inherent Risks of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Canada. The report goal is to better identify, assess and understand inherent money laundering and terrorist financing risks in Canada on an ongoing basis. […]

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 […]

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 […]

January 27th Dinner Meeting: Understanding Fraud Through Real-Life Investigations

OVERVIEW Fraud can occur in any organization, big or small. During this session, the presenter will use a recent fraud investigation to provide an understanding of how the various fraudulent activities were detected and investigated. Proactive measures that might have assisted in preventing the fraud or in detecting the fraud sooner will be discussed. The […]

October 28th Dinner Meeting: #Social Media – “People’s tweets can sing a different tune!”

PRESENTED BY: Michael Thompson, CEO, ISB CANADA, Craig D’Souza, Senior Director of Corporate Investigations, AFIMAC TOPIC DESCRIPTION: Social Media is the fastest growing technology advancement in our history, with 1 in 7 people on Facebook, 100 hours of YouTube video uploaded every minute and Twitter adding over 135,000 users per day. Social media and the […]

2014 ACFE CANADIAN FRAUD CONFERENCE | September 7-10 | Toronto

Update: Early registration has been extended to Aug. 15! Save $100 at the ACFE Canadian Fraud Conference in Toronto! Discover cutting-edge techniques and proven best practices for fighting fraud from Canada’s leading anti-fraud experts at the 2014 ACFE Canadian Fraud Conference. With a stronger focus on elements of fraud, regulations and laws specific to Canada, […]

September 23, 2014: The ASSOCIATION of CERTIFIED FRAUD EXAMINERS Toronto Chapter & CANADIAN ASSOCIATION of SPECIAL INVESTIGATION UNITS Trillium Chapter Presents The 2014 Toronto Fraud Forum

Tuesday, September 23, 2014 (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 9, 2014 REGISTRATION (Fax is recommended): 1. Fax the Attached Registration Form to (416) 480-1813 […]