Identity Theft Exposure and the Methods Utilized to Prevent and Detect the Transfer of Illegal Funds through Financial Institutions
Mark Malinowski, Detective & President of Framework Financial, LLC
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This course will highlight the need for all businesses to protect their personal information along with their customers’ personal information. This protection has to begin internally and move to external responsibilities while continuously updating policies and procedures to stay one step ahead of criminal organizations.
The first day of this course will introduce participants to the world of personal identity theft and business identity theft highlighting how the theft is orchestrated, the methods utilized, and the types of criminal enterprises operating these schemes. The second day of the course will focus on the methods of money laundering and how these criminal enterprises move their criminal proceeds through financial institutions. The course will also discuss prevention and detection methods from both the business’ perspective and from a financial institution’s perspective.
Some of the key areas covered in the seminar are:
- Detailed look into both personal identity theft and business identity theft
- Description of the types of criminal organizations that rely on identity theft to survive
- Current methods used to obtain identities from individuals and businesses
- Current methods and trends utilized by criminal enterprises to convert identities to cash
- Overview of how money laundering is conducted and utilized by organized crime
- Common schemes utilized to move illegal funds through financial institutions
- Red flags for internal investigators and compliance officers to detect money laundering
- Internal and external prevention methods to protect the theft of identities
- Detection methods that should be incorporated into your company’s current policies
- Multiple case studies highlighting methods to identity theft and money laundering
- Highlight the current methods and trends utilized by criminals and criminal enterprises to acquire personal and business identities and how they turn these identities into funds to operate their criminal organizations.
- The course will incorporate the analysis of multiple case studies detailing methods of prevention, detection and investigation to protect both your customer’s identity and your company’s identity along with your company’s reputation.
Who Will Benefit:
- Accountants tracing personal or business assets
- Corporate investigators investigating internal theft
- Management personnel
- Frontline employees
- Financial institution branch managers
- Law enforcement
- Small business owners
- Compliance officers
- Internal auditors
- Forensic auditors and accountants
- Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs)
- Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (CAMS)
According to a report released in November 2014 by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism titled, “Financial Crime and Material Support Schemes Linked to al-Qa’ida and Affiliated Movements in the United States: 1990 to June 2014,” research indicated that identity theft was one of the top schemes used to raise funds for their organizations. The report continues by stating, “The techniques used to carry out these schemes included stealing, selling, or using other people’s identities (names and social security numbers) and credit card numbers; falsifying documents for government assistance, bank loans, or insurance claims; passing bank checks with inadequate funds or false accounts; and attempting to disguise money derived from criminal operations as legitimate.”
This report pinpoints the reason for continued education on the methods and trends to identity theft from enterprises ranging from small businesses to large corporations. The scope for internal and external theft exists in access to information ranging from customer’s personal information to company credit card accounts and banking information. The impact this can have on an individual and a company can lead to years of financial heartache trying to repair the damages induced by these criminal enterprises.
|Day 1 (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
||Day 2 (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
- 8:30 – 9:00 AM: Registration
- 9:00 AM: Session Start Time
- 09:00-10:00 AM – Personal Identity Theft and Business Identity Theft
- 10:00-11:00 AM – Criminal Enterprises and Organizations
- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM – How to Obtain Identities from Individuals and Businesses
- 12:00-13:00 PM – Lunch
- 13:00-14:00 PM – Current Methods and Trends to Convert Identities to Cash
- 14:00-15:00 PM – Overview of How Money Laundering is Conducted and Utilized by Organized Crime
- 15:00-16:30 PM - Case Studies
- 08:30-09:00 Am – Day 1 Review
- 09:00-10:00 AM – Common Schemes Utilized to Move Illegal Funds
- 10:00-11:00 AM – Red Flags for Internal Investigations and Compliance Officers for Money Laundering
- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM – Internal and External Prevention Methods to Protect the Theft of Identities
- 12:00-13:00 PM – Lunch
- 13:00-14:00 PM – Detection Methods that Should Be Incorporated into Company Policies
- 14:00-15:00 PM – Case Studies Highlighting Methods of Identity Theft and Money Laundering
- 15:00-16:30 PM - Review and Questions from Course Agenda
Meet Your Instructor
Detective & President of Framework Financial, LLC
Mark Malinowski has over 16 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.
These financial investigations have provided him with the expertise to locate and secure the documentation needed to perform the financial data analysis of financial institution accounts and corporate financial statements, which are essential for court testimony. 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.
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