The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) hosted a free CPE workshop for NASBA Annual Meeting attendees in New York, NY. Rich Brody, forensic accounting expert, led a two-hour presentation titled Scared Straight: White Collar Crime and Beyond. The workshop focused on white-collar and red-collar crime within the United States. Brody analyzed the fraud triangle and gave insight to workshop attendees on how to identify possible fraud within their own organizations. Participants were eligible to earn up to two hours of CPE credits in Behavioral Ethics.

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