Teaming Up Against Fraud: Best Practices for Anti-Fraud Teams

  • May 9, 2024 10:00 a.m.
  • Central Time (CT)
Course Level
Delivered via
100 minutes
Teaming Up Against Fraud: Best Practices for Anti-Fraud Teams


Fraud examinations are rarely conducted by a single fraud investigator, auditor or examiner. Every effective and thorough investigation requires multiple individuals working together, either within an organization’s internal team or an outside agency, to resolve the investigation. Stakeholders including business units, attorneys, prosecutors, or regulators may also be involved throughout, which means a range of perspectives and abilities will be working toward a shared goal. 

In this interactive workshop, you will learn the key skills that enable high-performing teams. Through a series of scenarios, personal development activities and guided exercises, you will better understand how to leverage your existing skills and knowledge to enhance the efficiency of teams and organizations to better serve clients, stakeholders and victims of fraud. 


Experience working in a professional environment for six months or more; Experience managing a complex investigation or fraud examination engagement; Experience as a team leader or informally designated subject matter expert.

You Will Learn How To:

Identify core attributes and key skills of a high-performance fraud investigation team.

Diagnose the five dysfunctional attributes of unsuccessful teams.

Reinforce your team’s objectives by conducting a goal-setting exercise.

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 2
Advanced Preparation: None.
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Credit by Field of Study

Personal Development: 2

Registration & Fees

Registration Fee:
Members: $110 
Non-Members: $150


Colin A. May, M.S., CFE, ACE - Speaker

Colin May

Forensic Accountant
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Inspector General (HUD-OIG)


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