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Ethics: CFOs and Controllers Who Lost Their CPA License Webinar

CPE

When
June 7
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

CPE Credits
2-Ethics

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $79 | Nonmember: $104


 More Information

Course No.
GZETCC2
Level
Basic
Prerequisites
None

Description

A journey through cases where controllers and CFOs rationalized one decision that violated the Code of Professional Conduct, and how they and their families paid the price. This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.

Highlights

By analyzing the stories of five CFOs and controllers who risked it all and lost, learn how to manage the multitude of conflicting pressures that can lead you to compromise and lose your license. Auditors will learn the red flags of CFO and controller fraud.

  • Controller embezzles $200,000+ from non-profit
  • CFO Sentenced to 5 Years
  • CFO Pays Assassin with Company Money
  • Controller who covered up fraud goes to prison
  • Controller who took out unauthorized and undisclosed company loans
  • BONUS: CFOs and controllers explain why they cook the books


Speaker(s)


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