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2018 Annual Heartland Fraud Seminar

  • May 14, 2018
  • 8:00 AM
  • May 15, 2018
  • 5:00 PM
  • The Scott Conference Center, 6450 Pine St., Omaha, NE 68106

 Registration deadline is May 7, 2018. 

Registration is through the Heartland Chapter Website. Click here!

MAY 14

Thomas A. Caulfied, CIG, CIGI, CFE

Chief Operating Officer of Procurement, Integrity Consulting Services

Specialized Knowledge in Investigation Techniques - 6 CPEs

Ethics - 2 CPEs

  • Investigating Conflicts of Interest
    • Implement investigative techniques for conflict of interest engagements
    • Conduct the flow of conflict of interest investigations
    • Deal with witnesses and the legal implications of these unique investigations
    • Prepare witness statements, documents and electronic evidence
    • Obtain appropriate evidence and preserve it to build a conflict of interest case


MAY 15 - Morning Presentation

David P. Weber, CFE

Academic Director of the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business graduate certification programs in Fraud Management and Anti-Money Laundering Management

Legal - 2 CPEs; Ethics – 1 CPE; Auditing - 1 CPE

A Prime Minister's Guide to Money Laundering: The Panama Papers and its application to CFEs and Accounting Professionals

  • FinCEN's response to the Panama and Paradise Papers, including the 2016 promulgation of the Enhanced Customer Due Diligence Rule ("Enhanced CDD"), which becomes effective in 2018, and the implications to financial services firms, including banks, broker dealers, real estate professionals, and others
  • Professional Regulatory Authority responses to the Paradise Papers (including state bars, state boards of accountancy, and state real estate commissions)
  • Industry reaction to the Panama and Paradise Papers
  • What private-sector fraud, risk and audit professionals must know about the Panama and Paradise Papers right away, including increased risks to clients and business from the continuing scandal
  • What bank examiners and government investigators must take from the scandal, including obtaining access to the ICIJ's enhanced public database, in order to conduct effective fraud and money laundering compliance investigations


MAY 15 - Afternoon Presentation

Amber Schroader

President & CEO of Paraben Corporation

Computer Science/Investigative Techniques – 4 CPEs

Mobile Device Forensics Start to Finish

  • Proper seizure of mobile devices to maximize data retention
  • Understanding of the terminology with imaging options for these devices
  • Review of popular data storage from the device, App, and Cloud

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