New Fraud Trends and the Impact to Your Overall Fraud Program
November 10, 2012 • Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC
Overview | Advance Program | Registration/Fees | Venue | Link to ABA/ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Conference
Keeping ahead of financial crime is one of the most difficult priorities for a bank. Just as you adjust your monitoring to screen for a new fraud, another one comes at you and catches you by surprise.
This one-day workshop, held the Saturday before the 2012 ABA/ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Conference, is designed to help the fraud professional improve their fraud identification, monitoring and controls. Participants will hear what types of fraud criminals are attempting and they will leave the workshop able to benchmark their own processes against the latest techniques from national experts.
Not a "101" fraud program, the program is designed for the experienced professional. You can expect to not only hear about the very latest fraud cases but then hear experts, including fellow bankers, discuss red flags for the top fraud criminal activity. Speakers will discuss fraud investigation tools and management resources and will also cover incident response plans.
This workshop session is also designed for banker-to-banker sharing of experiences and ideas. You will leave this workshop with a better understanding of what criminals are trying and how best your bank can set your systems (manual or automatic) to prevent these crimes. Attendees will also learn what law enforcement and the regulators are expecting in suspicious activity reporting.
Those responsible for fraud monitoring and controls. All sizes of institutions welcome.
ABA Member/Service Member/Gov't/BAFT/ CRCM/CFSSP
This is an all-day workshop - price includes continental breakfast, coffee break, lunch and dessert break. There is no spouse rate for this one-day educational offering.