FORWARDTHINKING Q3: FRAUD IN THE TIME OF COVID

FORWARDTHINKING Q3

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FRAUD IN THE TIME OF COVID
FORWARDTHINKING Q3: FRAUD IN THE TIME OF COVID

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Insights from top financial, business and government leaders on lessons learned and how they plan to navigate the road ahead

Financial executives have been at the center of fighting financial and accounting fraud, adapting as both the players and schemes have evolved. But the COVID-19 pandemic unleashed a combination of forces that has taken combating fraud to a new level including remote workforces, changes in global supply chain security and government assistance funds flowing into corporate coffers.

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In Q3, the Financial Education and Research Foundation (FERF), in cooperation with Robert Half | Protiviti, held an in-depth Q&A discussion with top anti-fraud professionals who have been fighting financial and accounting scams for decades and are now gearing up for a whole new effort to thwart fraud before it begins.

 

 

Fraud in the time of COVID

Margot Cella, in her responsibilities at the Center for Audit Quality, reports on topics such a corporate culture, SEC enforcement matters and fraud risk. Listen in as she and Pam Verick of Protiviti discusses some of the challenges faced in this field today.

 

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Fraud in the time in COVID

Q2 2021 Podcast Series

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In Q2, the Financial Education and Research Foundation (FERF), in cooperation with Robert Half | Protiviti, held in-depth Q&A discussions with government controllers on the ways they are leading city, state and federal governments and agencies out of the pandemic.


Financial Education and Research Foundation (FERF)

In this podcast, our government experts from Protiviti and Robert Half comment on the topics raised by the three government controllers during their sessions and add additional insights.

 

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Carol Beaumier
Senior Managing Director and President of Protiviti Government Services
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Dave Araldi
Managing Director, Strategic Accounts, Robert Half

One State’s Path to Recovery

Learn how California’s state controller, Betty Yee is helping lead the state out of the economic crisis created by the pandemic.

 

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Betty Yee
Controller,
State of California

The Growing Role of the Federal Government

Learn how the head of the Government Accountability Office is overseeing how taxpayer dollars are spent and striving to provide objective, non-partisan, fact-based analysis.

 

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Gene Dodaro
Comptroller General,
Government Accountability Office

Navigating One City's Financial Future

Learn how Philadelphia’s rapid growth showcases the vital role that government oversight of taxpayer funds plays.

 

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Rebecca Rhynhart
Controller,
City of Philadelphia
 

 


 

Q1 2021 Podcast Series

Introduction:

In Q1, the Financial Education and Research Foundation (FERF), in cooperation with Robert Half | Protiviti, held in-depth Q&A discussions with top executives on how the ways in which we work, connect and develop careers are evolving.


Rethinking the Office

Learn how leaders are working through challenges related to how and where work gets done.

 

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James Paterno
Chief Executive Officer,
Stockton Real Estate Advisors, LLC
Alan Jovinelly
Chief Financial Officer,
Stockton Real Estate Advisors, LLC

Rethinking Work Life

Learn how leaders are recalibrating their strategies around employee work life and business operations for 2021.

 

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Suzanne McAndrew
Global Business Leader for Talent and LGBTQ+ Inclusion,
Willis Towers Watson

Rethinking Recruiting & Career Development

Learn how the pandemic has altered standard ideas on recruiting and career development for emerging professionals to senior financial executives.

 

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Brian Voigt
Director, Acc and MAcc,
BYU Marriot School of Business
Jeff Wilks
EY Professor,
BYU Marriot School of Business
Jason Flanders
Executive Director,
Robert Half

 

2020 Podcast Series
In this podcast Paul McDonald, senior executive director of Robert Half and Christopher Wright, managing director of Protiviti, comment on the topics raised by the four financial leaders and add additional insights.
 
 
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Paul McDonald
Senior Executive Director
Robert Half
Chris Wright, Managing Director, Protiviti
Chris Wright
Managing Director
Protiviti

Teri Reinseth, 3M Company
 
Teri Reinseth
VP finance, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer
3M Company

Delivering When it Matters Most

Listen to Teri discuss the challenges of navigating the pandemic and share her expertise and best practices to help others in the profession.

 

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About Teri
Teri Reinseth serves as 3M’s Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer. In this role, she has overall responsibility for the financial accounting and reporting activities, as well as the finance partnership and support into the businesses. Additionally, she has oversight of financial planning, analysis; technical accounting matters, including M&A transactions and other various accounting functions, such as compensation, benefit and cost accounting.

Teri has an extensive financial background that spans nearly 25 years. Since joining 3M in 2005, Teri has served as the finance director for the Safety & Graphics business group, the finance manager for several healthcare businesses and a specialized role in corporate finance, focused largely on M&A transactions. Prior to joining 3M, Teri was the Corporate Controller at Schwan’s Consumer Brands North America, a premier global consumer packaged frozen food company and an auditor with the global public accounting firm of Andersen LLP. 

Teri holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management and she is a certified public accountant.
Calvin Harris, National Urban League
 
Calvin Harris, Jr.
CFO
National Urban League

Finding Purpose

Listen to how remote work has helped Calvin gain the trust of his team and how we can turn this time of increased attention to racial injustice into a movement, not just a moment.

 

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About Calvin
Calvin Harris Jr., is Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer for the National Urban League (“NUL”), based in New York City. He has over 25 years of “Csuite” level experience in working with complex organizations. Calvin is a Certified Public Accountant, and graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta.

Prior to NUL, Calvin served as the CFO of Baltimore City Community College (“BCCC”), along with prior roles at non-profits such as the United Nations Foundation, NeighborWorks America, Legal Services Corporation, and Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation. His career began at the international accounting firm Arthur Andersen and Calvin has served as CFO, auditor, controller, forensic accountant, consultant, and expert witness over his career.

During his role as CFO at BCCC, the Baltimore Business Journal named Calvin as a “Best in Finance: CFO” of the year award recipient, and twice he has been named one the “Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting” by Accounting Today magazine.

Frequently contacted on matters related to business and leadership, Calvin has been quoted or interviewed by numerous news sources including Inc., CFO magazine, Black Enterprise, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report, AMEX Open Forum and Staples Business Hub, and Financial Executives International.

Calvin is a former Chairman of the Board and National President of the National Association of Black Accountants (“NABA”) and a former President of the Baltimore NABA Chapter. Among prior volunteer roles, he has served as the Vice Chair of the Maryland Association of Community College Business Officers (“MACCBO”), Chair of the Board of DC Doors, and is a Board member of the Maryland SPCA.

A lifelong-Marylander, Calvin resides in Brooklyn, New York. 
Dennis Dahlen, Mayo Clinic
 
Dennis Dahlen
CFO
Mayo Clinic

At the Center of the Storm

Listen to Dennis describe the challenges he and his team have faced and overcome, and what their successes mean for companies both within, and outside of, healthcare. 

 

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About Dennis
Dennis Dahlen, CPA, MBA serves as Chief Financial Officer of Mayo Clinic, a $12 billion enterprise that includes clinical practice, research, and medical education operations. Prior to Mayo Clinic, he held the same position at Banner Health, an $8 billion integrated health care delivery system in Phoenix, after serving in several other executive positions from its inception in 1999.

Dennis earned an MBA in finance from Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. Dennis has served or is currently serving on the boards of invisionAZ, Greater MSP, the Ronald McDonald House, Charities of Phoenix, Sonora Quest Laboratories, Spirit in the Desert Retreat Center, University of Arizona Health Plans, and MediSun. He just completed his term as chairman of the board of directors for the Arizona Chamber of Commerce. Dennis and his wife, Mary, have three daughters and maintain homes in both Rochester, Minnesota and Phoenix, Arizona.
Daniel Crumb, Kansas City Chiefs Football Club
 
Dan Crumb
CFO
Kansas City Chiefs Football Club

Going on Offense

Listen to Dan share how his finance organization is navigating our current environment and preparing for the future, taking a similar approach as on the football field and building an offense within the finance organization.

 

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About Dan
Dan Crumb was named Chief Financial Officer of the Kansas City Chiefs in September 2010. Prior to joining the Chiefs, Crumb worked for the New Orleans Hornets of the NBA as the team’s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Before that, Crumb served as the CFO of Abita Springs Water Company Inc, having begun his professional career at KPMG.