061 - Fraud Examinations in Bankruptcy - Brian Behr of EDNC Bankruptcy Administrator
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
3w ago
Brian Behr is the Bankruptcy Administrator for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  The Bankruptcy Administrator's Office and the Bankruptcy Trustee's Office are similar across the country. They serve as the watchdog for the Bankruptcy Court. Very often the Bankruptcy Administrator seeks or refers fraud examiners to assist in bankruptcy proceedings. https://www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy/trustees-and-administrators In this episode, we discuss: The role of the Bankruptcy Administrator The biggest misconception of bankruptcy When the bankruptcy court uses fraud examiners ..read more
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060 - Fraud Investigations - Tiffany Couch of Acuity Forensics
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
1M ago
Tiffany Couch is an author, forensic accountant and owner of Acuity Forensics.  She has a CPA license, CFE and CFF credential.  She wrote about fraud stories in "The Thief in Your Company." www.acuityforensics.com In this episode, we discuss: The emotional toll on fraud victims. How she started her forensic accounting business. Why she wrote her book “The Thief in Your Company.” And her recommendation to new forensic accountants. Support the show ..read more
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058 - New Book is Published and Other Updates - Robert Nordlander
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
1M ago
In this short episode, there are a few updates on what is happening recently.  My new book, Criminal Tax Secrets, is published on Amazon.  Please get a copy for that special someone who needs to know how IRS-CI evaluates criminal tax investigations.  The book is a reference guide, so a paperback will serve you better than a Kindle; or just get both. A sister podcast (Criminal Tax Files) was created, which is all about criminal tax investigation and prosecutions.  I also created an author website at www.robertnordlander.com.  The normal podcast episodes will start next ..read more
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059 - Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS) - Erin O'Loughlin
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
2M ago
Erin O’Loughin is the Senior Director of Training at the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS).  She has been an analyst for the CIA and financial institutions. https://www.acfcs.org/ In this episode we discuss: How she started her career in investigating fraud and money laundering How the ACFCS started The role of the ACFCS in fighting fraud How to qualify for the CFCS credential Why learning the BSA and Patriot Act is beneficial Support the show ..read more
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058 - New Book is Published and Other Updates
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
2M ago
In this short episode, there are a few updates on what is happening recently.  My new book, Criminal Tax Secrets, is published on Amazon.  Please get a copy for that special someone who needs to know how IRS-CI evaluates criminal tax investigations.  The book is a reference guide, so a paperback will serve you better than a Kindle; or just get both. A sister podcast (Criminal Tax Files) was created, which is all about criminal tax investigation and prosecutions.  I also created an author website at www.robertnordlander.com.  The normal podcast episodes will start next ..read more
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057 - Forensic Accounting in Federal Public Defender's Office - JP Davis
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
3M ago
J.P. Davis is a federal public defender for the Western Judicial District of North Carolina.  The federal public defender's office represents indigent clients in federal criminal court.  At times, those attorneys need experts, especially in white-collar crimes. https://ncw.fd.org/ In this episode, we discuss: The purpose of the federal public defender's office Why the public defender's office needs experts How forensic accountants can market themselves The role of technology in reviewing large volumes of data. Crime Feast A true crime podcast, hosted by 3 friends, serving up a p ..read more
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056 - PPP Loan Fraud - Sam Azhari
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
3M ago
Sam Azhari is a white collar defense attorney in Chicago, Illinois.  He represents defendants across the country.  As PPP prosecutions are pursued, Sam talks about how the fraud is committed and how the courts are evaluating the crimes. https://azharillc.com/ In this episode, we discuss: How fraud is committed with PPP and EIDL loans The criteria used to calculate prison time How forensic accountants can market themselves as experts. Support the show ..read more
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055 - From Ponzi Scheme to Forensic Software - Tod McDonald of Valid8
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by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
4M ago
Tod McDonald was a CPA investigating a bankruptcy case, when he uncovered the largest Ponzi scheme in the history of the Northwest United States.  Seeing the need for forensic accounting software, he co-founded Valid8, a forensic accounting software company. https://www.valid8financial.com/ In this episode, we discuss: How he uncovered the largest Ponzi scheme in the Northwest US. The need for forensic accounting software. Why Valid8 was created to investigators quickly follow the money. His observations in the financial and technology field. Foul Play: Crime Series Award-winning and ..read more
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054 - Becoming The Everyday Ethicist - Jo Erven
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
6M ago
Amanda "Jo" Erven is the President of Audit Consulting Education, LLC.  She is an author, trainer, and speaker on Internal Audit and Ethics.  She has a CPA and CIA license, and also a CFE credential.  Her latest book is "Becoming The Everyday Ethicist: Doing Things the Right Way the First Time", which is available on Amazon. www.auditconsultingeducation.com Jo@AuditConsultingEducation.com In this episode, we discuss: How she transitioned from internal audit to ethics training Using internal audit to contribute to a company’s success Becoming an everyday ethicist Her motivatio ..read more
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053 - 87,000 Armed IRS Agents? - Robert Nordlander
Fraud Fighter Podcast
by Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
6M ago
A recent federal budget created funding for 87,000 IRS employees over the next 10 years.  Unfortunately, there are news reports and in speeches by elected officials, that the IRS is hiring 87,000 armed agents.  This is far from the truth.   But there is some truth that IRS does have armed agents; the IRS has a Criminal Investigation Division of approximately 2,100 special agents who have arrest powers and carry weapons.  They are an elite unit of financial investigators that can travel the world investigating major financial crimes.  With the powers of arrest and execu ..read more
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