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24WX-0716: Business and Government Investigations (Webinar)

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Monday, June 17, 2024
12:00pm - 2:00pm Central Time
2 CPE (2 non-technical)  |  2 Ethics

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  • Monday, July 29, 2024 - Webinar
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This course shows how undisciplined decisions in business can lead to government investigations and prison terms. We profile three entrepreneurs from three separate industries who built billion-dollar enterprises. Despite well-developed infrastructures, simple business decisions led to their being wrapped into government investigations, criminal indictments, and collateral consequences that accompany felony convictions for white-collar crime related to federal election laws, tax fraud, and securities fraud. This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.

Major subjects

  • How government investigations for white-collar crimes begin
  • How investigators and prosecutors build cases against business leaders
  • Differences between witnesses, subjects, and targets
  • Civil versus criminal allegations and proceedings
  • Collateral consequences of a criminal charge
  • Understanding the role of defense attorneys
  • Differentiate between challenges in business and allegations of wrongdoing
  • Influence on financial loss amounts and sentencing
  • Lowering risk levels for government investigations or allegations of white-collar crime

Learning objective(s)

  • Recognize how white-collar crime investigations begin
  • Recall terminology associated with criminal justice proceedings
  • Identify the relationship between a criminal charge and a conviction
  • Identify how judges determine appropriate sentences for business-related crimes
  • Create compliance programs to reduce exposure to allegations of white-collar crime

Who should take this program?

Financial services professionals looking to get ideas on how to create training strategies that will lower risk levels for investigations of white-collar financial crimes.


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More program information

Instructor Justin Paperny
Location Online
of study
of study
Behavioral Ethics - Non-Technical (2.0)
Level Basic
Format Group Internet Based
Sponsor CPA Crossings, LLC
NASBA ID#: 108744
Prerequisites Prereq. None
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If you have questions about this event, please call us at 952-831-2707.