Applying Data Analytic Best Practice to Detect White Collar Crime Series- Part I

When:  Apr 21, 2021 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (ET)

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Join us
for an interactive two Parts Fraud Detection Discussion with FBI and Data Analytic Expert - Applying Data Analytic Best Practice to Detect White Collar Crime Series-Part I.

In this Part I workshop, you will understand an effective Data Analytic Framework described by the Data Analytic Experts, learn the best practice for the Fraud Detective Model demonstrated by the FBI, and share your thoughts on how to leverage advanced analytic to transform your business.

Upon the completion of the Part I Series, the Queens College Students will be assigned Real-World Cases focusing on Drug/Money Laundering, Pell Grant and Investment Fraud by the FBI team and eligible to enter into the Fraud Detection Show Case Competition in our Part II Series held on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 (6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EST). 


     Jian Xiao, MBA, CPA, CMA, CGMA, 

     Founder of Turning Point Solutions and Faculty Advisor of IMA Student Chapters 

Jian Xiao founded Turning Point Solutions, an Accounting and Advisory Firm, after serving as an International Controller for MetLife, ABN AMRO and Merrill Lynch. She serves as a member of IMA Global Small Business Committee and Faculty Advisor of IMA Student Chapters. She is a CPA, CMA and CGMA.  Jian possesses a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Accounting, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Investment Finance from the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College (CUNY).

Jian is an Adjunct Faculty who received the Dean’s Award for Faculty Teaching Excellence from Gabelli School of Business of Fordham University and was nominated by 125 MBA students for the Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Teaching from the Zicklin School of Business of Baruch.

Jian has extensive experience in developing, communicating and implementing Data Driven Strategies, Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and Internal Control Processes for stakeholders in Not-For Profit, Private and Government Sectors and transforming their business effectively.

Jian currently teaches Data Analytics for Accountants at Queens College (CUNY), where she shares her data analytics experience for identifying risk and opportunities with undergraduate and graduate students.

     Lawrence Vigna, CFE

      Supervisory Forensic Accountant 

      FBI  Phoenix Division

Larry Vigna is the Supervisory Forensic Accountant for the FBI Phoenix Division and manages employees in both the Phoenix and Tucson offices.  He possesses a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Accounting, a B.S. in Criminal Justice.  He began his FBI career 25 years ago in the FBI Tucson office and transferred to the Phoenix office in 2000.  He was promoted to his current supervisory role in 2018. He has extensive experience in White Collar Crime investigations including investment fraud, mortgage fraud, securities fraud, as well as experience in public corruption, counterterrorism and counterintelligence investigations.


CPE Credits: 1.5


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