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Ethics: How I Went from CPA & Hospital Controller to Prisoner

04.25.18 3:00PM – 04.25.18 5:00PM

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Credits
2.00

Level
Intermediate

Fees

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$79.00

Nonmember Fee
$113.00

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Description
Steve Brodzin was Controller for a not-for-profit children's hospital. He supervised a small staff, was trusted by management and the Board of Directors, This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions either during or after the event. and relied on that trust and a background in public accounting to take more than $800,000. Today Steve shares his experience to help employers to be more vigilant in protecting assets and to discourage employees from losing everything and possibly going to prison.
Highlights
In this interview with Gary Zeune, Brodzin will explain:
  • How he rationalized his theft
  • The lack of controls and oversight that allowed it to continue
  • How he covered his tracks on the general ledger
  • How he manipulated banks and set up fake entities
  • The consequences for himself and the hospital
  • Most importantly, the simple controls that would have detected his fraud earlier.

Objectives
After the webinar, the attendee will understand

  • How a trusted employee can become a thief
  • How management can avoid becoming a victim
  • Easy ways to detect fraud

Designed For
CEOs, CPAs, bankers, executives, internal auditors, regulators, controllers, CFOs, attorneys, compliance officers, risk managers
Vendor
CPA Crossings, LLC
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