"Good Fraud" Management
Mar 17, 2010
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
|Where||151 E. 25th St. Room 750 (between Lex. and 3rd Aves.), Rm 750|
|Contact Name||Matthew LePere|
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"Good Fraud" Management: Applying Corporate Governance to Increase Revenue, Cut Costs, and Safeguard Assets and Brand Value
1 Continuing Professional Education Credit
Subject Area: Auditing
About the Program
An overview of top fraud and corruption cases in 2009 and a discussion of why leading organizations now view fraud management as a profit, rather than a cost center. Participants will gain an understanding of:
The year's fraud cases and emerging fraud and misconduct trends,
Categories and implications of "good" and "bad" fraud,
Overview of organizations applying corporate governance to increase earnings through "good" fraud management.
6:00 to 6:30 p.m. - Networking Reception
6:30 to 7:30 - Seminar
7:30 to 8:00 - Question and Answer
About Jonny Frank
Jonny Frank is PwC Fraud Risks & Controls leader. Jonny began his professional career as a Federal prosecutor in the U.S. Department of Justice , where he was appointed as Executive Assistant United States Attorney, Eastern District of New York. He joined PwC as a partner in 1997 to help develop and lead the firm's investigations practice. Following the early 21st century financial reporting scandals, PwC's Chairman appointed Jonny to develop a lead FR&C. In 2003, Jonny pioneered PwC's "scheme and scenario" fraud risk assessment framework, which the SEC, IIA, and COSO have embraced as the benchmark of an effective antifraud program.
Simultaneous to his DOJ and PwC career, Jonny has taught for over 20 years. Since 1988, he has served as Adjunct Professor Law at Fordham University Law School. He has also served on the faculties of the Yale School of Management (2003 - 2006) and Brooklyn Law School (1989 - 2004).
Registration Fees (includes networking reception):
- Single Registration - $35
- Discounted Registration (for members of National Investor Relations Institute, New York Society of Security Analysts, CEO Trust, or Financial Executives International) - $15
- Complimentary registration for Baruch College alumni, students, staff, and faculty