Fraud Week 2020 - Culture and Fraud Prevention
Time & Location
About the Event
Looking at fraud as a symptom of unethical culture
How much of an impact does corporate culture have fraud? Culture is created by the behaviours you tolerate – if you tolerate toxic behaviours, what can this mean for reducing fraud and irregularities?
Who Should Attend?
Heads of Finance, Compliance, Risk, Investigations, Business Integrity, Boards, Audit Committees
Understand why Corporate Culture is important to understand, how to measure it and how to incorporate the results into your fraud prevention plan.
Betsy Blumenthal is a senior managing director and head of the Kroll San Francisco and Los Angles offices. For over 25 years, Betsy has worked on a substantial array of business transactions, many involving multinational corporations and private equity firms. Betsy frequently undertakes pre-transaction domestic and international due diligence investigations and business intelligence assignments, asset searches. Prior to joining Kroll, Betsy served as Deputy Finance Chair for the Democratic National Committee in Washington, D.C. Earlier in her career, Betsy worked in the special equities department at LF Rothschild and Home Box Office.
Kevin Hart leads the Irish business of Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps and brings over 20 years of experience in investigating fraud, corruption and money laundering matters. He is also skilled in forensic accounting and litigation support. Kevin advises clients on Cyber risk and is part of the EMEA Cyber team assisting businesses with eDiscovery, preventing and reacting to Cyber security matters.
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