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April 2nd Dinner Meeting: The Future of Fraud Fighting

“How Big Data, Predictive Analytics, Continuous Disclosure and Business- Process Modelling Will Forever Change the Role of the Fraud Auditor” Presented by JERRARD B. GAERTNER CPA, CA-IT, CISA, CISSP, CGEIT, CIPP/IT, CFI, CIA, I.S.P., ITCPAdjunct Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, Ryerson University Lead Instructor and Group Academic Adviser (Big Data, Auditing/Finance), University of Toronto President, […]

January 2014 Dinner Meeting: Spotting Deception in Written Statements

The directors of the ACFE Toronto Chapter would like to express our gratitude to David Oswald, CPA, CA, of Ernst & Young who stepped in when our scheduled speaker, Jeffrey Weigensberg, CPA, CA, LPA, CISA, CFE, CFF, CIA, of Rosenthal Zaretsky Niman & Co. became ill. We would like to congratulate Teresa Zywulko. Teresa was […]

Options for Funding Fraud Recovery Litigation

At the 2013 International Financial Crimes Investigators Conference hosted by the Toronto Police Fraud Squad this year, a speaker from TD Bank discussed the threshold loss numbers required before they would engage their external lawyers or instruct their internal counsel to pursue a recovery from a fraud loss. It is best that these numbers are […]