Corporate Fraud: Learn How Companies Have Been Deceived and

  • February, 19 2020
  • 8:00 am - 10:45 am
  • 519 804-1591

You are Invited!

Complimentary Breakfast Seminar

Corporate Fraud: Learn How Companies Have Been Deceived and How to Avoid Being a Victim

I am delighted to extend this invitation to a complimentary, interactive seminar on Corporate Fraud:
Learn how companies have been deceived and how to avoid being a victim. Hosted by Trovo
Resources, a specialist recruitment firm specializing exclusively in the placement of Accounting and
Finance professionals on a temporary, project, and full-time permanent basis.
If someone told you there was a way to protect your company & cut annual losses, would you listen?
Fraud can come in many forms. Find out what your employees are stealing from you and how they get
away with it.

Corporate fraud is a growing issue that is seldom talked about and likely only after a scheme has been
uncovered. Fraudsters are succeeding because companies haven’t put the necessary processes,
safeguards and systems in place to minimize the likelihood of success.
In this seminar, our 3 speakers will reveal different ways to detect fraud, as well as preventative/reactive
measures to take to protect your company.

In this Seminar we will discuss:

• types of fraud in the workplace
• how to detect it
• common red flags
• services available to protect your company

Tamara Kido is an investigative analyst at Forensic Restitution, a boutique forensic accounting firm
specializing in computer forensics, forensic accounting, ediscovery, litigation support and data analytics.
In her role as an analyst, Tamara has been involved in the investigation of a variety of cases ranging from
complex divorce cases to large corporate fraud schemes. With a keen eye for detail, Tamara has aided
in uncovering the truth of the matters presented by clients.

Kaitlyn Boyle is an account manager at Centric Investigation Services Inc., an investigation firm that
offers surveillance, background, social media & locate investigations. As a licensed investigator and
account manager, Kaitlyn is thoroughly involved in each step of her client’s cases. Specializing in
corporate investigations, she has extensive experience in dealing with fraudulent WSIB claims, internal
theft/fraud issues, time theft issues, and harassment claims. Kaitlyn is committed to providing her clients
with investigative solutions to help them to protect themselves & their companies.

Vanessa Greenblatt, MCRIM,HCRIM,BA(PSYCH&CRIM),CFE, is a Profiling & Deception Analyst &
Body Language Trainer. Besides having a Master of Criminology, an Honours Criminology, a Bachelor of
Psychology & Criminology, and is a CFE, she has Certificates in SCAN (Scientific Content Analysis),
Microfacial Expressions Training, Analytic Interviewing, Body Language Training, Lie Detection, and
Reaction Analysis Profiling. She is the founder and CEO of VMG Investigative Consulting. Vanessa uses
her skills during the interview process, either when hiring or on suspected cases of Fraud, Theft,
Workplace Harassment or Violence, and trains employees how body language speaks volumes about
who they are and how others perceive them, and how to decode the signals people are sending them.

A letter confirming your attendance will be provided for your institute’s professional development


Date and Time: Wednesday, February 19, 2020


8:00am: Arrival, Coffee and Muffins
8:30am-10:00am: Seminar
10:00am-11:00am (optional): Networking
Location: 30 Duke Street West (RBC Building), Conference Room – 10th floor, Downtown Kitchener
(Parking available across the street, corner Duke & Ontario)
RSVP: Seating is limited! Please respond by February 14th by contacting Georgiana via email
([email protected]) or by phone (519-804-1591 ext 2282).
We look forward to hearing from you!

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