Financial Fraud Alert – Detection & Prevention [Webinar]

Instructor: Mark Malinowski
Product ID: 703717
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This course will highlight the current methods and trends employed by criminals and criminal enterprises to acquire company assets for personal gain. It will provide a case study analysis addressing the methods of prevention, detection and investigation to protect and prosecute individuals who embezzle company assets.

Why Should You Attend:

The world of white-collar crime has taken multiple forms over the last decade and as technology continues to evolve these types of crime are going to get more complex to detect and investigate. This course will address some key elements that need to be examined within businesses of any size to ensure that both internal and external controls are in place to protect the assets of a company. The current methods employed to engage and successfully execute the act of financially based fraudulent schemes are performed by manipulating company policies and procedures. This highlights the need for companies to examine and update their policies and procedures based on current trends and methods criminals use to obtain company funds through daily business transactions.

This course will address some of the fraudulent methods individuals in the positions of bookkeepers, office managers, business partners, and family members have utilized to misappropriate assets while employed with vast, small or mid-sized businesses. The webinar instructor will review how the use of stolen personal and business data can be used to assist criminals in fulfilling their fraudulent schemes along with detailed case studies that highlight these criminal acts. He will discuss the best methods and benefits to conducting joint white-collar crime investigations with law enforcement agencies.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Internal and external control systems to fight financial crime schemes
  • Types of fraudulent activities and how to detect and prevent them
  • Current methods and trends of fraud in corporate and public sectors
  • Red flags of fraudulent activities within company assets
  • Methods to secure business and personal data utilized to commit fraudulent schemes
  • Review of new fraudulent schemes and investigative benefits of joint investigations with law enforcement agencies to avoid investigative mistakes
  • Case studies of methods employed to steal company assets

Who Will Benefit:

  • Management personnel
  • Frontline employees
  • Financial institution branch managers
  • Law enforcement personnel
  • Fraud investigators
  • Small Business Owners
  • Forensic Accountants
  • Forensic Auditors
  • Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE)
  • Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (CAMS)
  • Accountants tracing personal or business assets
  • Corporate investigators investigating internal theft

Instructor Profile:

Mark Malinowski has over 15 years' experience working in both the banking industry and as a law enforcement professional conducting financial crimes investigation, detecting fraudulent activity within public and private organizations, and designing fraud prevention programs for various business and government agencies.

Mr. Malinowski is currently a supervising detective with the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office assigned to the special investigations unit, which investigates economic crimes, internal affairs, corruption, and organized crime. He was deputized as a US marshal/IRS special agent from 2007-2009, while investigating an international gambling and money laundering operation. He was a member of the Ocean County Regional SWAT team from 2009-2011.

Mr. Malinowski has conducted and supervised various types of financial investigations ranging from theft by deception, money laundering, asset forfeiture, organized crime enterprises (street gangs and traditional), racketeering, tax offenses, mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, Ponzi schemes, embezzlements, and the tracing of financial funding for domestic and international narcotics trafficking throughout the State of New Jersey and on a global scale.

He has testified in New Jersey Superior Court as the lead detective for several complex white-collar crimes investigations. These career experiences have provided him with a vast knowledge of how financial crimes are perpetrated along with the ability to analyze financial data to prevent, detect, investigate and prosecute the various levels of worldwide financial fraudulent activity that impact all types of businesses. He has earned a master’s degree in financial fraud and forensics from Carlow University and a bachelor’s degree in business studies with a concentration in marketing from Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. He holds professional certifications as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). In addition, he has completed all the courses and professional experience requirements to sit for the Certified Public Accountants exam in the State of New Jersey.

Mr. Malinowski is a certified State of NJ police instructor who teaches at the Ocean County Police Academy training recruits in the areas of fraudulent documents, financial investigations, internal affairs, money laundering, organized crime, and the financial exploitation against senior citizens. In 2013, he established Framework Financial, LLC, which specializes in the development of anti-fraud educational seminars and fraud risk assessments for all types of businesses and public sector agencies. This led him to be the instructor and designer of the Certificate of Financial Crimes Investigations program held at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Center for Public Safety & Security. He has presented as a guest speaker at several colleges and private companies, throughout New Jersey, on the topics of financial and money laundering investigations.

Topic Background:

According to the 2014 global fraud study conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, small businesses (with less than 100 employees) were victimized more than larger companies (with more than 10,000 employees) with a median loss of $154,000 and $160,000 respectively.

This figure shows that internal and external theft can impact companies in various ways and the smaller the company the greater emphasis is needed to prevent and detect fraudulent activity. The failure to do so can be the difference between if a company survives or fails.

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