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  • Client entertainment as a form of bribery and its wide-ranging ripple effects
    Client entertainment as a form of bribery and its wide-ranging ripple effects
    Mike Koehler, FCPA Expert and Law Professor Recorded: Aug 21 2018 57 mins
    If you thought FCPA scrutiny and enforcement arises only from suitcases full of cash, to bona fide foreign government officials, in connection with a government contract, then you are wrong. What makes FCPA compliance challenging for business organizations is that scrutiny and enforcement can arise from normal business activity such as client entertainment if offered or provided to a specific type of customer or potential customer. In this engaging webinar, FCPA expert Professor Mike Koehler will highlight recent FCPA enforcement actions based on corporate hospitality and the compliance take-away points from the actions. In addition, the webinar will highlight the wide-ranging, negative financial consequences that often result from FCPA scrutiny and enforcement beyond settlement amounts and discuss why FCPA compliance is not just a legal issue but more properly a general business issue that needs to be on the radar screen of many professionals who can assist in risk management.
  • How expense report misconduct is the gateway drug into larger occupational fraud
    How expense report misconduct is the gateway drug into larger occupational fraud
    Guido van Drunen, Principal at KPMG Recorded: Jul 11 2018 38 mins
    KPMG's Guido van Drunen has 30 years of experience in forensic accounting, auditing, finance, and law enforcement. He's skilled in leading and conducting complex financial investigations. He's led global investigations, with 10 years of law enforcement experience in various jurisdictions. In this webinar he will share his experiences monitoring early-stage occupational fraud, and trouble-signs to look forward as the misconduct grew into multi-million-dollar work crimes.
  • How Employees Fudge Their Expense Reports and How AI Can Stop It
    How Employees Fudge Their Expense Reports and How AI Can Stop It
    With Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer, Managing Partners / Principal Analysts at Cognilytica Recorded: May 22 2018 33 mins
    Common examples of how employees look to take advantage of companies on their expense reports. Joined by the AI experts at Cognilytica.
  • You’ve caught employees cheating on their expense reports. Now what?
    You’ve caught employees cheating on their expense reports. Now what?
    Melanie Gallagher, Senior Manager Global Compliance at Intuit Recorded: May 3 2018 38 mins
    Join Melanie Gallagher, Intuit's Global Compliance Manager, as she discusses the cutting-edge Consequence Management program she helped install to track and follow up on employee expense report misconduct.
  • How finance execs can use AI to cut 2% of corporate overhead
    How finance execs can use AI to cut 2% of corporate overhead
    Jeff Epstein, former CFO of Oracle Recorded: Mar 29 2018 32 mins
    Join Jeff Epstein, the former CFO of Oracle, as he discusses practical ways in which artificial intelligence can help your business today.

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