in its sixth year, the 2002 Economic Crime Summit
will focus on current fraud trends as well as public
and private sector partnership and prevention initiatives.
challenge for today's corporate risk management and
loss control professionals is finding timely and appropriate
educational opportunities to broaden their knowledge
base and heighten their awareness of new criminal
enterprises. The Economic Crime Summit will offer
a unique venue for sharing information by bringing
together the world's leading fraud experts to relay
solutions for combating fraud.
will include federal and state law enforcement officers,
prosecutors and regulators, corporate risk management
and loss control professionals, consumer and victim
advocates, and academicians who specialize on topics
such as cybercrime, e-commerce fraud, identity theft, money laundering,
and high-tech investigation methodologies.
event is co-hosted by the National
White Collar Crime Center and the Coalition
for the Prevention of Economic Crime.
Registration for this event begins October 15, 2001
through April 19, 2002. Take advantage of our on-line discount! Register
and pay via the Web and receive $25 off the event