Q2 2018 Luncheon

The New Orleans Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is proud to announce its second quarterly luncheon of 2018:

“Fraud and Criminal Activity Targeting Banks”
Speakers: Ron Stark; Assistant Vice President of Corporate Security Investigations for Regions Bank
Keith Bourque; Sr. Vice President, Sr. Area Security Manager for Regions Bank.

Date:                Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Time:               11:30-1:00 pm
Place:              Metairie Country Club 580 Woodvine Ave., Metairie, LA 70005
Parking:         Parking is available on site.

Register Here

The last day to register online is Wednesday, 06/13/2018 at noon. Walk-ins are welcome on the day of the event with cash payment.

The lunch will include mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, chef selected sauce, rolls, butter, iced tea and coffee and:

Starter:             House Salad
Entree:              Roasted Frenched Chicken
Dessert:            Chocolate Cake

Cost:               $30.00/LOCAL Chapter members
$35.00/NATIONAL ACFE Members & Professional Guests
CPE:               1 hour
Registration:   Begins at 11:30 a.m.; Lunch served at 11:45 a.m. with presentation beginning at noon.

About the speakers:
Keith Bourque, is the Sr. Vice President and the South Region Sr. Area Security Manager for Regions Financial Corporation. He has an extensive career in fraud investigations and law enforcement. Prior to joining Regions Bank, Mr. Bourque worked for the Harahan Police Department serving in the patrol division after which he joined the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office where he was assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division and the Economic Crime Unit. He’s currently a member of the United States Secret Service Electronic and Financial Crimes Task Force, as well as a court qualified expert in document examination, handwriting comparison and handwriting analysis.

Ron Stark, holds a BS in Behavioral Sciences from Breanau University in Gainesville, GA and a JD from LaSalle University. In 2007, while working for the DEA, he received the U.S. Attorney General’s Award for Outstanding Contributions for his use of financial investigations to shut down several on-line pharmacies and three local brick-and-mortar pain clinics that were determined to be responsible for dozens of opiate overdose deaths in South Louisiana. Since retiring from the DEA, after 24 years of service, he has worked as an Assistant Vice President in the Corporate Security Investigations Division of Regions Bank. His responsibilities include management and oversight of security equipment in about 30 branches in South Louisiana and South Mississippi, training of branch associates in criminal activities involving banks, liaisons with law enforcement and prosecutors from local, state, and federal jurisdictions, and conducting investigations into all criminal activities involving Regions Bank.

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