Fraud Prevention Institute for Employee Benefit Plans—Session Details and Handouts

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Monday, July 16

8:00 AM – 8:30 AM

FPI00  Introduction and Program Overview

Christopher J. Rosetti, CFE, CFF, CPA Speaker
Chief Operating Officer
New York State Nurses Association, Pension Plan and Benefits Fund
Albany, NY

(#10—General Topics)

8:30 AM – 9:45 AM

FPI01  Fraud Case Studies

Christopher J. Rosetti, CFE, CFF, CPA Moderator
Chief Operating Officer
New York State Nurses Association, Pension Plan and Benefits Fund
Albany, NY

Tiffany R. Couch, CPA/CFF, CFE Speaker
Principal
Acuity Forensics
Vancouver, Washington

Fraud has no borders. Hear about real fraudulent situations. Find out the lessons you can learn so it won’t happen to you. (#14—Keynote)

10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

FPI02  Routes for Fraud

Leslie C. Kirsch, CFE, CIDA, CISA Speaker
Director, Fraud Risk & Resolution
WithumSmith+Brown
Bethesda, MD

Sean W. Strickland Moderator
Director of Business Development and Industry Relations
Pomerleau Inc.
Toronto, ON

• Who, what and where fraud is committed • Defining the difference between cyberliability and cybersecurity • Who are the players in fraud and cyberhacking? • Where do plans, funds and organizations have vulnerabilities? • Conducting an assessment • Common schemes (#10—General Topics)

11:20 AM – 12:30 PM

FPI03  Ways Employers Can Address Fraud

Christopher J. Rosetti, CFE, CFF, CPA Panel Facilitator
Chief Operating Officer
New York State Nurses Association, Pension Plan and Benefits Fund
Albany, NY

Frank E. Tanz Panelist
Vice President and Senior Consultant, Administration & Technology Consulting
Segal Consulting
New York, NY

Gary Askin Panelist
Assistant Vice President, Fraud Risk Management
94 Bridgeport Rd E
Waterloo, Ontario

James E. Bushnell, CLU, CEBS Panelist
Founder and Managing Prinicpal
Bushnell & Company
Austin, TX

• Social engineering • Using data analytics • Best practices for internal auditing • Record retention and record management • Identifying red flags (#10—General Topics)

1:30 PM – 2:45 PM

FPI04  Best Practices in Vendor Management

Diane R. McNally Moderator
Senior Vice President, Senior Consultant and Principal
Segal Select Insurance
New York, NY

Petula P. Workman, CEBS, ISCEBS Fellow, CEBS CPE-Compliant Co-Speaker
Division Vice President, Compliance Counsel
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co
Houston, TX

Ryk Tierney, CEBS Co-Speaker
Executive Director
IAM National Pension Fund
Washington, DC

• Effective approaches in vendor auditing • Contracting and monitoring methods • Approaches in using data for monitoring vendors/plans • Questions to pose to your vendor (including its cyberliability coverage) (#10—General Topics)

3:00 PM – 4:15 PM

FPI05  Preventing Participant Fraud

Christopher J. Rosetti, CFE, CFF, CPA Moderator/Co-Speaker
Chief Operating Officer
New York State Nurses Association, Pension Plan and Benefits Fund
Albany, NY

Leslie C. Kirsch, CFE, CIDA, CISA Co-Speaker
Director, Fraud Risk & Resolution
WithumSmith+Brown
Bethesda, MD

• Eligibility management and checks • Applying data analytics in early identification • Social engineering and imposter fraud (including medical ID theft) • Claims fraud (#10—General Topics)