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October 5, 2022
1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. ET
$199 per Attendee
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Fraud Trends Roundtable Discussion
Let’s talk fraud. Take part during a lively and interactive discussion on credit union fraud trends and how to combat them. Bring your recent examples of fraud issues and ideas of how to spot and combat these items. Let’s share information and resources to create opportunities to mitigate losses. Let’s dig into various types of fraud we are seeing and network for solutions.
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Internal Fraud: How to Spot It and Stop It
Internal fraud is something that no credit union wants to find. However, it happens much more than you might think. Millions of dollars have been stolen from credit unions in the past- not only by external fraudsters, but also their own staff. Join Nicole Irwin as she discusses internal fraud trends that have happened in credit unions, how credit unions could have spotted the fraud in the very beginning, and how credit unions can stop this fraud from happening to them.
|2:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.||
CU Panel Discussion on Existing and Emerging Fraud Trends
Our Panel will discuss new hot button issues happening with fraud, and the most common trends they are seeing today!
Ashley Mobley - CUCE, BSACS, AAP - AVP of Compliance - Listerhill Credit
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Emerging Fraud Trends Impacting Credit Unions (Zelle P2P, Wire Fraud,
Booster Payment Fraud
Fraudsters continue to plot ways to con or scam your credit unions, your employees and your members. Learn about social engineering tactics and identify steps you can take to minimize the risks.
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How to Spot Synthetic Identities Before Fraud Occurs
Synthetic Identity Fraud is one of the fastest growing financial fraud types in the United States. The Federal Trade Commission defined it in 2021 as “the use of a combination of personally identifiable information (PII) to fabricate a person or entity in order to commit a dishonest act for personal or financial gain.” This session will cover how Synthetic Identities are created and some ways that you can help identify them before fraud occurs.
Nicole is the Director of Business Development & Client Relations. She also serves as the Audit Manager of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. Nicole Graduated from Austin Peay State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. In 2020, Nicole graduated from American Military University with her Master’s of Accountancy. She is currently pursuing her CPA license. Nicole joined the CUACG team in 2017. When not studying auditing, she enjoys golfing and playing with her German Shepherds. Nicole audits credit unions out of Jacksonville, Florida.
Sharon Murphy has worked in Compliance for over 18 years and in credit unions for over 27 years. Sharon has multiple certifications including Credit Union Compliance Expert; Certified Internal Auditor; Certified Fraud Examiner, Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist and Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management Expert. She is currently one of LSCU’s Compliance Consultants with client credit unions in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.
Holly Spiczenski is a consultant in Risk & Compliance Solutions for CUNA Mutual Group. In this role she assists credit unions in identifying areas of risk in their payments and deposits area of operations and recommends appropriate controls to reduce loss exposure.
Holly began her career with CUNA Mutual Group specializing in Collateral Protection. She then moved into a role within Business Protection as a claims adjuster. Prior to joining the organization, Holly worked at CUNA Credit Union, which has since evolved into Summit Credit Union.