Surgent's Lessons Learned: What a $53 Million Fraud Can Teach Us On-Demand Webcast

Course Details

Date

Self-Study

Location

Online

Field of Study

Accounting & Audit

CPE Credit

2 hours CPE credit

Level of Knowledge

Beginning

Vendor

Surgent McCoy CPE, LLC

Prerequisites

None

Description

This course will take an in-depth look at the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history. What red flags did the auditors miss? What red flags did the bank miss? This course includes a conversation with former U.S. Marshal Jason Wojdylo, who was an integral part of this case.

This is the fourth of five 2-hour courses in Surgent's Fraud Certificate Program. This program includes a combination of lectures, animated videos, and live interviews with white-collar offenders and whistle-blowers. Each course is designed to be engaging and informative and will enhance your understanding of fraud.

Highlights

  • Background of the Dixon, IL fraud case
  • Internal control weaknesses related to the $53 million fraud
  • Lessons learned from this case

Objectives

  • Understand the circumstances surrounding Rita Crundwell’s municipal fraud
  • Use the lessons learned from that case to understand some of the characteristics of an effective internal fraud program

Designed For

Professionals who want to learn from a real-life fraud case to understand how to detect and prevent fraud in their organizations

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