The Money Pit Tales of Construction Fraud and How to Prevent It
Construction is a vital, $11 trillion global enterprise that touches all our lives. Billions of dollars are necessarily transacted each day in every corner of the world and in every market sector to build our economies. Surrounded by this kind of money and opportunity, it is no surprise that the construction industry maintains a rich tradition of inventive fraud schemes that are difficult to detect. While troubling, this takes on heightened importance given that many of the funds needed to construct today’s complex transportation, water, technology, power, housing and energy projects rely on public money and taxpayer dollars.
In this expanded and on-demand version of his 34th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference session, Wayne Kalayjian deep-dives into some recent and real-life instances of construction fraud, the schemes perpetrated and the innovative methods used to detect them. He will also decipher the distinctive terminology and documents used on construction projects, assess lessons learned and determine best practices to reduce fraud as we build a smarter construction industry.
Wayne Kalayjian - Speaker
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