Monday, June 18 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: Knowledge of fraud schemes and how they are perpetrated, so that they can then be applied to fiduciary contexts
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Once someone is entrusted in a fiduciary relationship, an opportunity is created for that person to become less trustworthy, or worse, a thief. Whether structuring a new fiduciary role to prevent fraud or investigating fraud after it has occurred, breaches of fiduciary duty are great sources of work.
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Owner, Forensic Accounting Services LLC
Stephen Pedneault’s technical expertise and intuitive investigative awareness have garnered him the respect of the legal, accounting and law enforcement communities. Through his investigative work, Pedneault has examined frauds ranging from a few thousand dollars to millions. His expertise also lies in preventing and investigating embezzlements and financial statement frauds, evaluating financial disclosures in matrimonial and probate concerns, as well as other types of forensic accounting matters. He has written four books: Fraud 101, Anatomy of a Fraud Investigation, Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigations for Non-Experts and Preventing and Detecting Employee Theft and Embezzlement, A Practical Guide and is often referenced and quoted in articles appearing locally, regionally and nationally.
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