Newport Beach, California May 29, 2018 — On May 31, 2018, the International Association of Claim Professionals (IACP) will be holding its annual conference in New York City at The Union League Club. This is a major event that is a forum for senior Claim leaders from across the globe to build relationships with their peers and to enhance their knowledge of strategic claim issues and trends.
Deborah Ford, Partner out of the HSNO Newport Beach office, has been invited to be a speaker at this year’s conference. Ford will be hosting a session entitled “The Fraud Triangle: Profile of a Fraudster.” This will cover occupational fraud instances where employees have used their positions to take advantage of his or her employer. Some examples include asset misappropriation, corruption, and financial statement fraud.
Ford will use real life examples from her experience and statistical figures from the ACFE Report to the Nation to profile what a typical fraudster looks like. Factors such as age, gender, education level, salary, and more will be reviewed to help claims professionals identify potentially fraudulent activity and take measures to prevent it.
HSNO and Ms. Ford have been a sponsor of the London IACP conferences and has attended multiple events. Conferences are held four times a year in London, Europe, New York and other parts of the world.
“We are pleased to have Ms. Ford represent HSNO at IACP’s annual New York City conference,” said HSNO Partner and COO, Christopher Money. “Sharing our expertise and knowledge with others in the field is always a great joy for our team.”
The IACP 2018 New York Conference will be held May 31 and registration is still available through the iaclpro.org website.
“The Fraud Triangle: Profile of a Fraudster” session to be presented by Deborah Ford of HSNO.