Of Ponzis and Pyramids: Effective Use of a Forensic Auditor in Investment Fraud Investigations
Tue, Dec 01, 2020 1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern
Duration: 90 Minutes
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Investment frauds result in the theft of millions of dollars from
investors on a yearly basis, many times without the victims knowing that they
have been defrauded. Fraudsters may target those of modest means or those
with small fortunes, yet their methods are almost always the same.
Learning how to identify common types of investment frauds, the effective
methods for investigating such schemes, and how to successfully prosecute these
crimes is key to protecting unsuspecting investors from these scams.
This course will focus on common types of investment frauds, including
Ponzi and Pyramid schemes, the effective use of forensic auditors throughout
such investigations, and what steps need to be taken by the prosecution team to
successfully hold these fraudsters accountable.
Philip Apruzzese, New York Office of the Attorney General
New York Office of the Attorney General
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