“Sneak Peaks”

Into the 23rd Annual Fraud Conference Presentations

Monday
Track ATrack B
1-1A “Auditing the Management of Fraud Risk — How the Auditor General Contributes to Trust in Public Institutions” – Martin Dompierre – Office of the Auditor General of Canada
1-2A “Forensic Accounting, Audit Rights, & Construction Contracts” – Andrew Heal – Heal & Co1-2B “Procurement Fraud” – Dave Oswald – Forensic Restitution
1-3A “When Fraud and Insolvency Collide – Case Studies” – John Finnigan, Leanne Williams & Mitch Grossell – Thornton Grout Finnigan LLP1-3B “COVID-19 Impact In Loss Quantification” – Jean-Charles Plante – RSM Canada
1-4A “Structural Simplification – Fewer Rocks to Hide Under” – Donald Stoyle – Scotiabank1-4B “Fraud in the Not-for-Profit/Charity Sector” – Erin Egeland – Vancouver Island University
1-5A “Polygraph: Fact v. Fiction” – Michael Martin – Global Polygraph Network1-5B “Conflict of Interest – Beyond Employment Issues” – Allen Tait – AET Consulting
1-6A “Aboriginal Identity Fraud” – Tamara Bell – Lowd Television Productions Inc.1-6B “Where in the World are Canadian Whistleblower Laws?” – Sandy Boucher – Grant Thornton LLP
1-7A “Fraud, but Not Enough – A Case Study in Title Fraud” – Jeremy Rubenstein – Williams Litigation Lawyers LLP1-7B “Elder Abuse” – Mark Grenon – Forensic Accounting Management Group (FAMG), Govt of Canada
1-8A “R v Roland Eid: A Tale of a Successful Fraud Prosecution” – Catherine Galligan – Department of Justice Canada & Moray Welch – Public Prosecution Service of Canada1-8B “QuadrigaCX: A Review by Staff of the Ontario Securities Commission” – Daniel Tourangeau – Ontario Securities Commission
Tuesday
Track ATrack B
2-1A “Ransomware Attacks” – Varoujan Arman – Blaney McMurtry LLP2-1B “From Interrogation to Elicitation: A Short History of Suspect Questioning Practices” – Kerry Watkins – TIG – The Interview Group
2-2A “Fraud Fusion Centers: Can They Be Successful in Combating the Growing Cyber Financial Crime & Fraud Threat Landscape?“ – Mary Onufer – Carlow University2-2B “Covid-19 Frauds Against Organizations & Individuals” – Charles Smedmor – Smedmor & Associates & Meredith Mednick – Scotiabank
2-3A “Stingray Technology” – Bruce Engel – Engel & Associates2-3B “The Data Potentially Left Behind” – Lynn Correia & Liane Chance – Deloitte
2-4A “Fraud and International Enforcement” – Munaf Mohamed QC – Bennett Jones LLP2-4B “AML and Human Trafficking: How is this Relevant for Business Leaders?” – Jennifer Fiddian-Green & Caroline Dixon – Grant Thornton LLP
2-5A “Getting to the Truth When Conducting Interviews and Interrogations” – Ron Gehl – Investigative Training and Systems Consulting2-5B “A View of the Investor Fraud Industry in Ontario from 1989 to 2021” – Brian Doyle – Doyle Salewski Inc
2-6A “Artificial Intelligence Uses in the Accounting, Investigation and Legal Fields” – Cynthia Busin Nicola – Carlow University2-6B Blockchain and Bitcoin Forensics” – Simon Padgett – BDO Canada LLP
2-7A “Unmasking Fraud” – Heidi Stewart – Serious Fraud Office, Ontario Provincial Police & John Corelli – Ministry of Attorney General2-7B “Body Language Cues & Lie Spotting” – Vanessa Greenblat – VMG Investigative Consulting
2-8A “Stocking Your Resilience Toolbox: How to be Proactive in Managing Your Stress” – Rob De Toni – National Capital Law/Cynosure Coaching Inc2-8B “The Advantages of Conducting a Parallel Financial Investigation During a Narcotics Investigation” – Mark Malinowski – Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office
Wednesday
Track ATrack B
3-1A “Claims Under Crime Policies/Fidelity Bonds” – Arthur Goguen – BBCG Claim Services3-1B “E-Discovery in Fraud Investigations” – Mike MacDonald & Andrew Janusas – BDO Canada LLP
3-2A “Recovery by Way of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA) for Transfers Under Value in the St. Mike’s Hospital and Bondfield Construction Fraudulent Invoicing Scheme” – Norman Groot – Investigation Counsel PC, Jeremy Opolsky – Torys LLP – Counsel for the Monitor, & Alan Merskey – Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
3-3A “Asset Recovery for Multiple Victims” – Maureen Ward – Bennett Jones LLP
3-4A “Ethical Dilemmas for Professionals” – Mark Tassé – SIRA International Risk Advisors3-4BA “TBC” – Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre
3-5A “Emerging Issues” – ACFI President (David Debenham) & Members of the ACFI Board
AGM for ACFI Members (CFIs, CFTs & CFI(Ret)s) – Chair: David Debenham –