Fraud Training and Speaking Topics

Tracy Coenen presents anti-fraud training sessions to both colleagues and professionals. She trains accountants, auditors, attorneys, executives, and investigators on fraud detection, fraud prevention, fraud investigation, and forensic accounting in litigation.

All sessions are customized for each audience. There are no “canned” presentations.  Below are some of the most popular and well-received topics Tracy has done. Sequence Inc. is happy to personalize a session to fit the unique needs of your group. Our content can be formatted for keynotes, workshops, continuing education, or full day seminars.

Pricing varies, based on the size of the group, location of the training, length of session, and dates selected.

For Attorneys
Finding Hidden Income and Assets In Family Law Cases

Divorce can bring out the worst in people. Income mysteriously drops, assets disappear, and money is unavailable for child support or spousal maintenance. The money can be found, however, with the help of a qualified forensic accountant and the right documentation. Find out what documents are needed for analysis, how clues to the whereabouts of money are discovered, why a complex trail of money can lead to the discovery of hidden assets, and how a focused and straightforward presentation of the numbers can help your client recover a share of the assets.

For Attorneys
Financial Analysis in the Defense of White Collar Crimes

White collar crime cases including money laundering, tax fraud, embezzlement, and investment fraud almost always focus on a trail of money leading to the guilty parties. Understanding the financials in these cases is more important than ever before as the government takes a hard line on financial fraud.

In this session, you will learn the techniques commonly used by law enforcement to follow a trail of money, bring charges, and secure a guilty plea or conviction. Find out what documents are needed for the financial analysis, the clues we can find in the details about the guilty (or innocent) parties, and how to present the findings for maximum impact in the case. Learn how aggressive analysis of the financial data can help win white collar crime cases.

For Accountants
Using Financial Forensics in the Defense of White Collar Crimes

White collar crime cases including money laundering, tax fraud, embezzlement, and investment fraud almost always focus on a trail of money leading to the guilty parties. Successfully completing and presenting a sophisticated financial analysis is more important than ever before as the government takes a hard line on financial fraud.

In this session, you will learn the techniques commonly used by law enforcement to follow a trail of money, bring charges, and secure a guilty plea or conviction. Find out how the forensic accountant can help by finding clues about the guilty (or innocent parties), how to ensure that the financial analysis is complete and comprehensive, and how to present the findings for maximum impact in the case. Learn how aggressive analysis of the financial data can help win white collar crime cases.

For Accountants
Fooling the Auditors in Seven Easy Steps

White collar criminals have spent decades fooling auditors to conceal financial statement fraud. They hide money, manipulate accounts, and inflate revenue… But in addition to the technical accounting aspects of fraud, many of the misdeeds are possible due to social engineering and manipulation of interpersonal relationships. Learn the seven easy steps fraudsters use to get away with financial statement fraud, even under the watchful eyes of the auditors.

This session is intended to alert executives, auditors, and investigators to the technical and interpersonal aspects of white collar crime that cause audit failure.  Learn the most common financial statement line items that executives use to conceal their frauds, and how they do it. Discuss the social aspects of audits and how white collar criminals help auditors fail in detecting fraud.

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