Tuesday, June 19 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
This session will provide an in-depth examination of a factual six-year criminal investigation, personally conducted by the presenter, involving murder, fraud, money laundering, tracing and seizure of assets (proceeds of crime), and overcoming corruption at the highest levels of a foreign government.
The session will also review the legal processes encountered in this multi-jurisdictional, international investigation, the forensic examination of evidence used to identify those involved in this multimillion-dollar employee fraud, and the methodology used in the investigative process and recovery of assets, all in an effort to bring those responsible to justice in a foreign jurisdiction.
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President, J.R. Filliter Investigative Services
Jeff Filliter is a seasoned investigator, with more than 40 years of experience with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Scotiabank and in private practice. He is the President of J. R. Filliter Investigative Services and holds an honors degree in administrative studies (BA), with distinction, has been a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) since 1995 and holds a Private Investigator licence for the Province of Ontario. Filliter is the author of The Shallowest of Men, a book that examines a six-year, multijurisdictional fraud and money laundering investigation.
Filliter has a solid investigative and law enforcement background, specializing in domestic and international fraud, risk assessment and mitigation, due diligence, and asset tracing and recovery. He is an expert in asset tracing and recovery, financial and white-collar crime, fraud, money laundering, terrorist financing, forensic investigations, risk management and security. He has provided expert testimony in both civil and criminal proceedings globally, and has been declared a professional witness in the U.K. in relation to wire transfer fraud.
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