Learn Firsthand How Fraud Happens

Learn Firsthand How Fraud Happens

More than 84% of companies surveyed worldwide have experienced fraud* but few ever get the chance to learn how it really happens. Coming up on November 13th, business leaders will have an opportunity to gain firsthand perspectives about fraud and employee theft from someone who has committed the acts.

Barry J. Webne, an experienced corporate controller and a twice-convicted embezzler, will be educating companies about how to identify and safeguard against fraud during a business breakfast event that will be held at the Avalon Manor in Merrillville, sponsored by Lake City Bank.

On two occasions, Webne was convicted of embezzling more than $1 million from his employers and served time in federal prison. Today he trains, lectures to, and consults with financial and managerial professionals across the United States and Canada and has written four books relating to the prevention and detection of occupational fraud and employee theft. This will be his first time presenting in Northwest Indiana.

Attendees consisting of executives, HR, financial personnel, and others, will be learning about how to implement effective internal controls, segregate duties for small businesses, identify behavioral and psychological red flags, and other helpful tips that can save companies money.

The event is scheduled for November 13th at the Avalon Manor in Merrillville, IN. To register, please visit breakfastwithanembezzler.eventbrite.com.

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