ECONOMIC CRIME SEMINAR
11th FEBRUARY 2013
The Serious Fraud Office is proud to be hosting an Economic Crime Seminar on 11th February 2013. This seminar will provide a greater understanding of the impacts of economic crime internationally and within the New Zealand economy. This is a unique chance to hear from a number of international speakers with various fields of expertise within economic crime.
The event provides an opportunity for networking with the New Zealand business, legal, accounting, banking, fraud prevention and law enforcement communities. You will also be able to meet delegates from international economic crime agencies who will be in New Zealand attending the inaugural Economic Crime Agencies Network conference organised by the SFO following this seminar.
We hope you or your colleagues will join us for this exciting event.
Guest speakers to include:
Opening Address by the Hon Anne Tolley
Mrs Tolley is the Minister responsible for the Serious Fraud Office.
Mr Harry Markopolos
Mr Markopolos has received public acclaim for uncovering evidence over a period of nine years that Bernard Madoff’s wealth management business was actually a massive Ponzi scheme. Madoff was ultimately sentenced to 150 years in prison after admitting to operating the biggest Ponzi scheme in history. In March 2010 Mr Markopolos’ book ‘No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller’ on uncovering the Madoff fraud was published. For more information about this speaker please visit www.apbspeakers.com.
Mr James Barnacle
Mr Barnacle is a Supervisory Special Agent within the Economic Crime Unit of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in Washington DC. Mr Barnacle will talk about investigations into the insider trading activities of Raj Rajaratnam and Rajat Gupta.
Ms Francine Gross
Ms Gross is the Unit Chief of the Economic Crime Unit of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in Washington DC. Ms Gross will talk about the investigation into the $7 billion Ponzi scheme operated by R. Allen Stanford and a number of other Ponzi schemes.
Commander Stephen Head
Commander Head works within the Economic Crime Directorate of the City of London Police, which is the lead agency for fraud investigation in the UK. Commander Head will talk about the recent changes to the structure of fraud investigation in the United Kingdom following the National Fraud Indicator report which measures the level of economic crime.
|PRICE||$375 plus gst|
|WHERE||Viaduct Event Centre, 161 Halsey Street, Auckland|
|DATE||11th February 2013|
|TIME||2 pm - 6 pm - Cocktails & Networking to follow|
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