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Chasing Bernie’s Billions: Inside the Most Successful Asset Recovery Effort in History

On December 11th, 2008 Bernie Madoff was arrested by the FBI in his Manhattan home and criminally charged with a multi-million-dollar securities fraud scheme. So began the most comprehensive and successful financial investigation and asset search in history. The Securities Investor Protection Corporation (“SIPC”) Trustee and Baker Hostetler have continued their tireless search for assets…

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Did Your New Refrigerator Help Fund Terrorism? Trade-Based Money Laundering Exploits Demand for Consumer Goods

Of the three primary methods that transnational criminal and terrorist organizations utilize to launder the proceeds of illicit activity and finance terrorism, trade-based money laundering is arguably the most challenging. Most people associate money laundering with the misuse of financial institutions or the bulk movement of hard currency using smuggling techniques, but trade-based money laundering…

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The Interrelationship Between Major Investigations and Crisis Communications

In 2020 and continuing into 2021, the term crisis communications seems almost redundant.  We are bombarded every day with information about the pandemic death toll and infection rates, the largest cyber-attack in history, the financial crisis, efforts to overturn a presidential election and an attack on the US Capitol building while Congress was in session.…

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Operationalizing Compliance Fraud Eats Strategy

Today's episode features special guest Tom Fox, founder of the Compliance Podcast Network and Author of The Compliance Handbook: A Guide to Operationalizing Your Compliance Program.. Click the link for 20% off of your purchase. Our discussion focuses on the guidance compliance officers can use as roadmaps when architecting their Ethics & Compliance programs and anti-bribery and corruption compliance programs specifically the document Evaluation of Ethics and Compliance Programs authored by then DOJ Compliance Consultant Hui Chen published in 2017.
  1. Operationalizing Compliance
  2. Investigations for Non-Investigators: Holding Down the Fort
  3. Pawns, Goofs, Collaborators and Lone Wolves: An Examination of Insider Threats
  4. Keeping Criminality Out of the Casino
  5. Destigmatizing Whistle-Blowers: The SEC's Office of the Whistleblower 10 Years In – Best Practices for Companies in a Brave New World

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