The Houston ACFE invites you to join us for our Monthly virtual training! It's the 4th Tuesday of each month, so mark your recurring calendars!
PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS A CHANGE IN THE USUAL TIME - THIS PRESENTATION IS FROM 3:30 PM TO 4:30 PM CENTRAL TIME - THIS MONTH ONLY!!!
Speaker: Frank McKenna, Chief Fraud Strategist, PointPredictive
Title: Founder Fraud - The Fake Account Fraud Scheme That Cost Chase Bank $175 Million
Description: In this session Frank McKenna will examine one of the largest fake account scandals in recent history. Charlie Javice, founder of the student lending website "Frank" is accused of fabricating millions of fake accounts and then selling her company to Chase for $175 million dollars. Hear how she is accused of committing this fraud against Chase and why fake accounts are such a big problem in new fintechs.
Bio: Frank McKenna is the Chief Fraud Strategist of Ai firm Point Predictive and creator of the blog FrankonFraud - a publication that reports on industry fraud trends. He has worked in the Anti fraud industry since 1990, providing consulting and advisory services to over 250 banks globally.
Learn more about Frank here: https://frankonfraud.com/
- Identify the difference between fake accounts and real accounts and how this happened in this case example.
- Identify techniques used to establish fake accounts and how this happened in this case example.
Prerequisites: Not Applicable
- Learn how AI can identify fake accounts
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Who Should Attend: Anti-fraud professionals, Auditors, Accountants, Attorneys, Investigators, Law Enforcement, Educators, Students
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
3:20 ZOOM OPENS
3:25 PM - ACFE BOARD REMARKS AND INTRODUCTION
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM PRESENTATION BEGINS
Recommended CPE hours: 1.0 credits.
In order to receive CPE credit for this presentation, the attendee must attend for 50 minutes and answer three poll questions randomly presented during the event.
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Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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