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Digital intelligence for financial crime investigations

  • 20 Feb 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • 837 West Hastings Street Terminal City Club


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Digital intelligence for financial crime investigations

Topic summary:

As companies are capturing more and more information, we have access to more and more data to manage as part of our investigations. Effectively applying technology when conducting investigations may help managing and sorting the plethora of information and help skillfully target where to begin on an investigation. We collect and analyze publicly available information to help our clients get ahead of emerging risks, take advantage of opportunities, and make intelligent decisions that drive profitable outcomes. Risk sensing is an innovative combination of best-in-class technology ad a team of intelligence analysts, forensic investigators, public relations professionals, and lawyers.

Speakers Bio:

Donna Fuller – CPA, CA,

Donna is a partner in the Forensics division of Financial Advisory. Her work involves financial crime investigations, litigation and dispute matters, due diligence and risk assessments, and assisting auditors in the consideration of fraud. Donna has extensive domestic and international experience assisting clients with anticorruption investigations, due diligence assessments, and compliance program reviews, as well as responding to regulatory inquires. Donna has appeared multiple times before the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission to present investigative findings and compliance remediation plans and updates on behalf of clients under investigation for FCPA violations. 

Vincent Tse, CPA, CFE, CFF,

Vincent is a Manager in Deloitte’s forensic practice and has over six years of experience providing a broad range of forensic services which include forensic accounting, disputes, investigations, risk assessment and litigation support. Vincent has undertaken engagements across multiple industries, including but not limited to, mining, concrete manufacturing, lumber, construction, animal farms, hospitality, transportation, food and beverage, and startups. Vincent has conducted interviews to gather evidence and helped build complex financial models to help quantify issues arising from disputes/litigation in a way that is easily understood. In addition to Canada, Vincent has worked in Singapore and Hong Kong.

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