CPE Credit: 7
Peter German QC, PhD, is President of the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Chair of the Advisory Committee of the Vancouver Anti- Corruption Institute (VACI).
A lawyer and member of the Ontario and British Columbia bars, he was
previously a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, serving as its Director General of Financial Crime and as Deputy Commissioner for Western and Northern Canada. He was also Regional Deputy Commissioner (Pacific) for Correctional Service Canada and served as the initial team commander in the 2008 search for kidnapped Canadian diplomats in West Africa. He holds various degrees including a Doctorate in Law from the University of London, focused on asset recovery. Dr. German is the author of “Proceeds of Crime and Money Laundering”, published by Thomson Reuters (updated bi- monthly). He is also the author of “Dirty Money” and “Dirty Money - Part 2”, reports commissioned by the Attorney General of B.C., relating to allegations of money laundering in the casino, real estate, luxury vehicle & horse racing sectors. His medals and awards include King’s Counsel and Officer of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces.
An Update on the Open Source Intelligence Landscape and How It Affects Fraud Examiners
Speakers: Chris Pierre, CFE, CISSP who is the Managing Director of the KeyNorth Group. His experience includes 20 years of OSINT research, complex commercial investigations, fraud investigations and risk management engagements in both the public and private sectors. Chris has worked with multiple agencies in the provision of training, drafting investigation policies and procedures, resourcing requirements and negotiating with internal stakeholders, particularly in their use of OSINT.
Lorena Rivera, MSc. is the Knowledge Management, Training and Community Manager at the KeyNorth Group. She has nearly 15 years of experience as a mixed data researcher. Over the last decade, she has focused on using data for monitoring, knowledge management and capacity building for different types of organizations. Since joining the KeyNorth Group two years ago, she has managed the learning experience of over 900 OSINT learners, as well as 300 OSINT community members for the KeyNorth Group, the majority of whom were from the public sector. She was also one of the designers of the various OSINT assessment tools utilized by the firm.
Ethical Dilemmas in the time of Turbulence
Speaker: Marc Tassé is a Fellow Chartered Professional Accountant who has worked at Deloitte, Marc Y. Tassé is recognized as one of the world’s most prominent and respected forensic and investigative accountants. Mr. Tassé possesses extensive expertise in the prevention and the detection of fraud, corruption, money laundering, and terrorist financing. Over the last 35 years, he has been actively involved with different prestigious international organizations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Bank Group (WBG), the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
The Psychology of Fraud
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