Wednesday, June 20 | 8:30-9:45 AM
Recommended Prerequisite: Knowledge of anti-corruption concerns of companies operating internationally
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
The ability to sit down with an individual who possesses knowledge of a crime, present evidence and obtain a confession is just about the most valuable skill you can possess. Imagine how valuable it would be to get a perpetrator to admit that they intentionally committed a crime. This session will explore admission-seeking interview techniques and discuss other types of nontarget interviewing techniques. Learn from real-life experiences from global investigations, including mistakes and lessons learned, so you can become a better interviewer.
You Will Learn How To:
Partner (retired), PwC
Tom Golden is a retired PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Partner and former Partner-In-Charge of the Chicago Investigation & Forensic Services practice. He has a national reputation in forensic accounting and fraud investigations, and has been quoted in the Journal of Accountancy, USA Today, The Financial Times, Business Week and The Chicago Tribune.
Golden was the lead author of the award-winning Wiley book A Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation. He is a CFE and CPA, a former chairman of the ACFE Board of Regents and is a Regent Emeritus. He was also an adjunct professor at DePaul University in Chicago after he developed and taught the school’s first forensic accounting graduate course in 2002.
Golden recently turned his attention to the literary world with the publication of his first novel, Sunday Night Fears. He will be gifting several copies of this book and his professional Wiley book during his session.
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