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Event
Date:
May 28-29, 2020
Location:
Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center – Big Ten C Room, East Lansing, MI
Plante Moran is a proud sponsor of the 2020 White-Collar Crime Conference and present “What does fraud look like? Detecting deception in data, details and demeanor” with Eric Conforti.
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We invite you to join MSU’s White-Collar Crime Conference on May 28 and May 29. Eric Conforti, senior manager in forensic accounting services, will coach you on how to quickly spot indicators of fraud within behavior, data, and supporting documentation. Using actual case studies from investigations conducted by Plante Moran’s forensic accounting team, Eric will show you examples of “real-fake” documents that led to the discovery of various schemes. In addition, learn how simplistic data analytics and watching for behavioral red flags can help guide you toward problematic transactions and, more importantly, what to look for once you obtain the supporting documentation.