If it’s not broken, why fix it? Organizations continue to push the envelope when it comes to adhering to policies and procedures. These deviations have allowed for a new normal to be accepted in nonprofits big and small.
Have our actions over time actually increased the risk of fraud? This session takes a look at workplace fraud from a different perspective. Doug Cash will lead a theory-based presentation with an overview of the small behaviors we accept, ignore and allow in the workplace that can lead to larger issues, including various forms of fraud. Attendees will be able to reflect on their own organizations and explore any gray areas that are unintentionally creating an environment that increases the risk of deviant behavior.
Douglas Cash, MBA, CFE, CFI, CFCI | Fraud & Forensic Advisory Services Senior Manager
Doug is a retired law enforcement officer with decades of law enforcement experience who now provides forensic accounting services for clients. In his role as an Eide Bailly Fraud and Forensic Advisory Services Senior Manager Doug has served as lead investigator in various types of fraud-related investigations, including embezzlement, money laundering, identity theft, Ponzi and pyramid schemes as well as theft by misrepresentation. He has also documented and qualified fraud losses, and assisted with civil and criminal proceedings for clients. In addition, Doug assists clients with insurance claims involving fraud losses.