Date/TimeApril 15, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Virtual , Calgary
Technology has advanced in leaps and bounds. The fraud landscape is constantly evolving, and new technologies are enabling fraud fighters to better prevent, detect, and monitor for fraudulent behaviour. In this session, PwC will showcase some of the tools and technologies that can be used by fraud examiners to respond to and combat economic crime.
Casey McInally is a Director in PwC’s Forensic Services practice in Calgary. Casey specializes in forensic accounting, fraud investigations, anti-bribery and corruption services, and fraud risk mitigation.
Casey has investigated numerous cases, both domestically and internationally, involving bribery & corruption, kickbacks, theft of IP, fraudulent reporting, and many forms of asset misappropriation. Casey also provides advice to clients in developing effective anti-fraud regimes and anti-bribery and corruption compliance programs. Casey’s experience also includes document discovery, intelligence gathering, and asset tracing. Casey has extensive experience working with internal and external counsel, government agencies, law enforcement, and the boards and management of both private and public companies.
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