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May 27th Dinner Meeting: PROCUREMENT FRAUD – STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTION, EARLY DETECTION AND RESPONSE

PRESENTED BY DENISE BAMBROUGH, LL.B., PARTNER, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS LLP. Overview Procurement fraud continues to account for a significant percentage of the employee fraud schemes that are perpetrated across a wide variety of industries each year. Many of these schemes take place over a period of years, which can frequently give rise to issues of […]

April 30th Dinner Meeting: NEGLIGENT FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

Overview: Any false accusation of fraud is a very serious thing. There have always been negative costs consequences on litigants who unsuccessfully make allegations of fraud. However, in the last few years, there has been an evolution in the jurisprudence relating to potential liability on investigators and police officers for negligent investigation, both in civil […]

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 […]