Learn firsthand from a former fraudster how fraud is actually committed and how it can actually be prevented and detected to help you become a better Fraud Fighter.
WHY WE CREATED THIS COURSE
It's simple: Going to conferences to get this level of training can be expensive, time consuming and you only get to have that experience once. If you missed what was said, there is no rewind button. Rather than going to Nathan, we bring Nathan to you. In this exclusive and raw firsthand account, you get to listen and watch Nathan tell his story as if he were admitting it to you as the investigator. No holds bar, he tells everything - what he did, how he did it and the intimate details of why he did it.
And you get full access to view the content as much as you like, whenever you like, where ever you like for as long as you like.
Oh, and it's 100% mobile friendly. Train while at work or while on the train.
It's not that often that you get to hear a convicted and reformed fraudster give this level of detail. As you watch, you'll see in Nathan's facial expressions and demeanor the weight and burden he still carries. You don't get that with professional lighting, big stages, and big crowds.
Learn how he went from stealing $1,100 USD to pay off debt to $8.5MM over the course of several years without getting caught. You will become a better fraud fighter after taking this course.
WHO THIS COURSE WAS CREATED FOR
Any one with a curiosity or interest in preventing or detecting fraud, including:
- Certified Fraud Examiners
- Business Owners
- Human Resources
- Law Enforcement
- Private Investigators
- Learn how all three components of the fraud triangle (motive, opportunity, rationalization) were all present with Nathan's fraud
- Understand why and how even "complex" controls can still be bypassed without rigor and regular review
- Understand the importance of rotation of duties
- Comprehend additional safeguards and controls to audit or implement that would help prevent or detect a similar embezzlement
- Gain additional insights to enable you to be a better examiner, investigator, auditor and fraud fighter
After the reinsurance company Nathan worked for was purchased by ING for $6 billion, he played a key role in transitioning its operations onto ING’s enterprise resource planning system.
Enabled by lax controls and unchecked authority to distribute funds, Nathan began embezzling money to pay off personal debt. What started as a $1,100 check to a credit card, spiraled into an $8.5 million fraud over the next four years.
It was only a co-worker’s suspicions that brought the fraud to an end. After being caught, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 97 months in federal prison. He was released in September of 2014.
While serving his sentence, Nathan delivered over 60 speeches to a broad spectrum of groups & organizations including college classes, businesses, business organizations and non-profits. He has become a sought after speaker for Compliance and Ethics presentations for diverse and notable organizations across the United States. Some of his most Noteworthy presentations to date include the keynote speech at the ACFE Global Fraud Conference 2015 in Baltimore with upwards of 3,000 attendees.
Nathan has spoken for several governmental agencies including the FBI, the FDIC, the FFIEC and the Federal Reserve Bank.
Nathan has done fraud awareness presentations for Best Buy, General Mills, and Nationwide Insurance to name a few. He also speaks frequently for many organizations including the IIA, ACFE, IMA, HFMA, ISACA, ACAMS and state CPA societies.
Speaking and training are not the only avenues Nathan has pursued to bring fraud and ethics awareness to all industries. He also co-authored "Lessons From An $8 Million Fraud" in the Journal of Accountancy which won the prestigious Lawler Award as the article of the year for 2015.
Nathan holds a B.A. in Accounting from Gustavus Adolphus College and was a licensed CPA from 2002-2010. He has over 13 years of public accounting experience and ten years of corporate accounting experience with a focus on financial reporting, cash processing, and accounting controls.