Fraud Alert: How to Think Like a Fraudster
Knowing how fraudulent activities may occur and how the brain of a fraudster works can open the investigator’s mind to a host of new possibilities. Investigators must think creatively about how a fraudster might perpetrate and conceal frauds.
Lansdowne, Virginia, USA -- The upcoming webinar “Think Like the Fraudster” will take place on April 26, 2012 at 12:00 PM Eastern and is slated to have a duration of one hour and 30 minutes. Guests can register for this exciting one-time event here.
The webinar will discuss analyzing lone and group fraudster behaviors, which can then be used against them. Attendees will also learn to breakdown how criminals apply the foundational elements of fraud. The way in which they exploit the existing infrastructure of financial institutions offers keys as to how their fraud schemes can be thwarted in the future. Participants will discover the top three traits exhibited by fraudsters that should raise red flags. Ultimately, fraud investigators must understand who perpetrates these frauds and how do they get away with it.
1. Mr. Dennis M. Lormel, retired FBI officer 2003, after over 30 years of Govt. service. He served 28 years as a Special Agent in the FBI and is a well known expert in the area of anti money laundering, terrorist financing and fraud communities. He established and identified the funding stream that supported terrorist attacks like the 9/11 tragedy, which exemplifies his expertise in the field. He has even received numerous awards and commendations including the George W.Bush Award for Excellence in Counterterrorism. Over and above this, he has consistently delivered high quality consulting services to clients since 2004, through his full service investigative consultancy, DML Associates, LLC, of which he is the founder and president.
2. David B. Chenkin, member of Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP’s management committee and is also the firm’s administrative partner. He acts as the litigator and embodies major financial institutions and other clients in civil, criminal regulatory and compliance related matters. David handles classified researches for ZEK’s clients who are facing civil, regulatory and criminal exposure. He frequently speaks on issues like anti-money laundering and Bank Secrecy Act compliance at seminars which are attended by regulators, members of the financial services industry and law enforcement.
The “Think Like the Fraudster” webinar will be moderated by Saskia Rietbroek who is a partner at AML Services International and the founding executive director of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS).
For more information visit: http://www.dmlassociatesllc.com/
- Contact Information
- Dennis M. Lormel
- DML Associates LLC
- (1) 5713330300
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