The Executives' Club Of Chicago

Investigating White Collar Crime: How Great Employees Can Rationalize Bad Decisions

Date: Tuesday, June 18th, 2019
Registration and Networking: 5:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Duchossois Capital Management, 444 W Lake Street, Chicago, IL 60606
Forums: Legal

Kelly Richmond Pope

Kelly Richmond Pope 
Associate Professor 
School of Accountancy and MIS
DePaul University 

Consumer financial fraud causes US businesses to lose an estimated $40-50 billion every year. Although largely underreported, it remains a leading security concern for both federal and state governments. Consider the amount of decisions made in our workplace daily: do you ever notice yourself or a coworker bending a rule in order to make a deal or meet a deadline? Are you in a position to enforce statutes and policies to protect customers and consumers from the misdeeds of others? What do we do if we see a colleague crossing an ethical line in order to turn a profit?
Join our Legal Forum on June 18th to explore answers to these tough questions and more as we discuss the topic of white collar crime and corporate fraud. Forensics accounting expert, author, and global speaker Kelly Richmond Pope will review high-profile fraud cases and present on how to understand, detect, and prevent these behaviors in the workplace.

Member: Complimentary
Non-Member: $50


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