Facilitators of Corruption
|Originally Aired: July 21, 2016 at 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 100 minutes
CPE Credit: 2
Description: Why do so many large-scale international fraud, corruption and crime cases involve shell companies? More importantly, how do these fraudsters build such intricate networks of bogus and sham corporations? The answers lie in the profession and
skill craft of nominee directors and incorporators, and this webinar will highlight some of the most prolific of them operating internationally. This webinar will also highlight large-scale fraud and corruption cases in which suspected shell companies are linked to directors and what your organization
can do to minimize international fraud and corruption risks.
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Course Level: Advanced
Prerequisite (recommended): Experience and understanding of the components making up a
corrupt act and familiarity with the anti-corruption statues like FCPA and the UK Bribery Act.
Advanced Preparation: None
You Will Learn How To:
- Link suspected shell companies to nominee directors in recent large-scale fraud and corruption cases
- Recognize the risks that these individuals and their companies pose to organizations
- Minimize international fraud and corruption risks
Who Should Attend:
- CFEs and other anti-fraud professionals
- Law Enforcement
- Lawyers and legal professionals
Delivery Format: Webinar
Ryan Hubbs, CFE, CIA, CCEEP, CCSA
Senior Manager - Fraud Investigations and Dispute Services,
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