Meeting/Event Information


October 11, 2016

2016 Annual Fraud Seminar
October 11, 2016
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Anthony's Ocean View
450 Lighthouse Road
New Haven , CT 06512
2016 Annual Fraud Seminar - Michael "Bret" Hood

$175.00 Member Fee

$225.00 Non CT CFE Member (Guest)

We again this year have a great training seminar planned.  You may have read an article or two by our presenter in the Fraud Magaine.  Please register by October 7, 2016.

Registration at opens at 8:00.  Continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack included in registration fee.

Our speaker for this year is Michael "Bet" Hood.

Michael “Bret” Hood is a financial crimes, money laundering and leadership expert with 25 years experience in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. During his career, Bret has worked on some of the most infamous cases in American history to include 9/11, the Oklahoma City Bombing and the multi-billion dollar HealthSouth fraud case.

Bret is  an adjunct professor of leadership for the University of Virginia. Bret has instructed and created blocks of instruction on a range of topics to include forensic accounting, executive leadership, crisis management, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, money laundering and anti-bribery compliance programs.

Bret is a four time winner of the United States Attorney’s Office Special Agent of the Year award for his work in financial crime and money laundering. In addition, Bret has received two commendations from the FBI Director for Leadership and Innovation.

He will be speaking to us on the following topics:

The 21st Century Fraudster

What type of person commits fraud? A fun exercise where participants try to create the perfect fraudster.

Pyschopathy and the Financial Crime Offender

In this exercise, learn why psychopaths and sociopaths are frequent offenders by living through the experiences of an investigator who has sat across from some of the worst psychopathic white-collar criminals. 

An Investigator’s Guide to the Whistleblower

Go in-depth into the whistle-blower experience so you, as the investigator, are prepared to best interact with someone who has taken a major risk and suffered significant consequences.

Implicit Bias In Investigations

How our unconscious biases can inadvertently lead us down the wrong path and potentially obtain false confessions (Presented at ACFE Global Fraud Conference).