Organizations are under increasing scrutiny regarding ethical lapses and allegations of fraud. Fiscal year 2018 was a record-breaking year for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s whistleblower program, as more and more individuals have been coming forward with allegations of impropriety. Come learn how to use continuous auditing and monitoring in the fight against fraud – or help improve your compliance program!
Jonathan T. Marks will lead today’s discussion that will focus on the key components of a fraud risk management program and discuss what the board
Background The SEC awarded two whistleblowers $50 million in the same case – $13 million and $37 million. The $37 million award is the SEC’s
Jonathan T. Marks, CPA, CFE, Partner at Baker Tilly and Joe Kodali, Manager from Montgomery Coscia Greilich (MCG) are presenting the following sessions on Friday
Mail fraud and honest services mail fraud, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1349. Tax Fraud coming soon? College coaches, celebrities, and
Stuffed animals, loose bricks in basement walls, mattresses, caves, hollow tree trunks, holes in the ground, and safe deposit boxes have provided hiding spots.
Today, hiding assets may be a much more sophisticated endeavor, often involving investments, banks, and overseas financial transactions.
Investigators should consider using a defined process to pursue matters that involve a search for hidden assets and illegal payments.