Review of ACFE Sydney Event ‘Investigating and prosecuting serious financial crime’

On 1 May, Jennifer Burns, who has served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York since 2008, presented to ACFE Sydney members on her experience investigating and prosecuting serious financial crime. Jennifer provided an overview of methods used to investigate such crimes, regulatory and enforcement agencies involved, and highlighted two recent prosecutions.

Below are some photos from the event:

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Jennifer Burns with Paul Curwell (Sydney Chapter Director – Major Events) and Tony Prior (Sydney Chapter – President)

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Jennifer Burns presenting to Sydney Chapter members

 

 

 

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