"There is not a crime, there is not a dodge, there is not a trick, there is not a swindle, there is not a vice which does not live by secrecy."

While publisher Joseph Pulitzer said these words more than 100 years ago, secrecy still remains an advantage for bad actors, especially within the corporate environment. And today, advanced technology, complex accounting practices and global reach can aid bad actors in effectively keeping their crimes secret.

Join us for this interactive web conference to learn how investigators are responding to new advancements in corporate fraud. You’ll hear from experts in digital forensics, forensic accounting and fraud investigations about:

  • The three key trends impacting how corporations uncover fraud, including the GDPR.
  • Best practices around executing multidisciplinary fact-finding investigations, including common "red flags".
  • Guidelines for conducting investigations within strict regulatory guidelines, and preparing for litigation.


Daniel P. Chung, Partner, Gibson Dunn

Veeral Gosalia, Senior Managing Director, Technology Segment, FTI Consulting

Linda Jarvis, Senior Managing Director, Forensic Accounting Program, FTI Consulting