Interviewing in a Forensic Investigation
October 30, 2019 | 2:00 p.m. ET
Duration: 100 Minutes
CPE Credits: 2
This webinar will teach you how to prepare for forensic interviews and will explain the vital role of interviewing in forensic investigations while not letting the financial analysis drive the engagement.
When planning an interview, you should ask yourself if this is known or suspected fraud, and who should be interviewed first. From there, you can identify the purpose of each interview, assess interviewing techniques, and understand verbal and nonverbal signs in interviews.
You Will Learn How To:
- Prepare for a forensic interview
- Develop a sample of case-based questions to ask
- Determine who to interview (both internal and external parties)
- Assess interviewing techniques incorporating verbal and nonverbal clues
Charles McGimsey CFE, CPA, CFF
Windham Brannon, P.C.
Charles McGimsey leads the litigation services team for Windham Brannon, P.C., a certified public accounting and consulting firm. His extensive accounting experience includes damage measurement, litigation support services, income taxation, fraud and forensic investigations, business planning, business valuations and engagements under Sarbanes Oxley. From 1996 t0 2010, McGimsey served as Windham Brannon’s Managing Partner. Prior to joining the firm, he was a tax partner at Jones and McGimsey, CPAs in Atlanta.
Field of Study: Communications and Marketing
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Knowledge of or experience in forensic investigations
Advanced Prep: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
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