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  • Monday, June 18 | 10:15-11:30 AM


    Level: Intermediate

    Recommended Prerequisite: Knowledge of deception during interviews and extensive experience conducting interviews

    Field of Study: Communications and Marketing

    You might only get one shot to interview an individual. The inability to detect deception in that interview could impede your investigation. This session challenges some of the widely held deception theories and provides information you need to know before conducting your next interview.

    You Will Learn How To:

    • Identify deception misconceptions
    • Assess unconscious biases
    • Recognize questions designed to elicit admissions
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    Chris Rosetti, CFE, CPA, CFF

    Owner, Chris J. Rosetti, CFE, CPA

    Christopher Rosetti is a forensic accounting/fraud investigator, working with various private and public entities in the resolution of contentious and litigious fraud matters. Rosetti has authored a number of fraud-related articles, has been featured in numerous newspaper articles and television segments, including CNBC. He has testified as an expert witness on many occasions, and has given hundreds of fraud-related presentations internationally. He serves as a member of the ACFE’s faculty, and teaches regularly at workshops and has presented at 10 of the ACFE’s Global Fraud Conferences on a variety of fraud-related subjects. He also served as the Chairman of the ACFE’s Education Committee, and the ACFE Foundation, developed a self-study course and training curriculum for the ACFE, and was an instructor for the CFE Exam Review Course.

  • crosetti headshot
    Chris Rosetti, CFE, CPA, CFF

    Owner, Chris J. Rosetti, CFE, CPA

    Christopher Rosetti is a forensic accounting/fraud investigator, working with various private and public entities in the resolution of contentious and litigious fraud matters. Rosetti has authored a number of fraud-related articles, has been featured in numerous newspaper articles and television segments, including CNBC. He has testified as an expert witness on many occasions, and has given hundreds of fraud-related presentations internationally. He serves as a member of the ACFE’s faculty, and teaches regularly at workshops and has presented at 10 of the ACFE’s Global Fraud Conferences on a variety of fraud-related subjects. He also served as the Chairman of the ACFE’s Education Committee, and the ACFE Foundation, developed a self-study course and training curriculum for the ACFE, and was an instructor for the CFE Exam Review Course.

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