Date: 28 Oct 2020
No organisation ever plans to be hit by fraud, but the truth is that every organisation is susceptible to it.
Join the Institute of Community Directors (ICDA) and Duxton Hill, who have teamed up for a special webinar on how your organisation should act when hit by fraud.
In this webinar Duxton Hill founder Andrew Tragardh and fraud investigator Shane Ringin will explain the do’s and don’ts of responding to incidents of fraud and what is required to maximise your chances of recovering losses. Topics they will cover include:
- Reporting fraud
- The process and stages of fraud investigations
- Maximising your recovery - critical steps to take
- Real life fraud cases and outcomes
This Webinar will take place live on:
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 from 1pm to 2pm AEDT
If you can't make this time, you don't have to miss out. Simply register online, pay, and after the Webinar has taken place, a recording will be automatically emailed to you.
Institute of Community Directors Australia members: $70 (inc GST)
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Non-member price: $80 (inc GST)
After a brief period in law enforcement in the 1980’s, Andrew Tragardh became a commercial litigation solicitor with one of the most prestigious law firms in Australia, Arthur Robinson & Hedderwicks (now known as Allens Linklaters).
He then moved to Madgwicks Lawyers, a firm with a heavy focus on insolvency which at the time acted for the liquidators of the now infamous Pyramid Building Society. Encouraged by the partners of the firm, Andrew completed an overseas secondment with a firm of private commercial fraud investigators in London, England; Network Security Management Ltd. In London, he worked hand in glove with the investigators and external lawyers in a variety of fraud related cases, including matters where assets were traced to foreign jurisdictions.
Upon his return to Australia, Andrew forged a formidable reputation for acting for organisations and individuals affected by fraud and related conduct. In 1998 he was the first lawyer to complete the Certified Fraud Investigators Course – held by the Victoria Police Major Fraud Squad in conjunction with the Faculty of Law and Management at Latrobe University. In 2000-2001 Andrew represented a significant party called before the Metropolitan Ambulance Service Royal Commission who was exonerated from all allegations of misconduct.
After 11 years as a solicitor, Andrew joined the Victorian Bar, and for the next 14 years he had a reputation as the ‘go to’ fraud barrister, recognised by his peers and the Courts as an expert in commercial fraud cases and white collar crime defence. His work at the Bar included appearing in Courts in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. Andrew’s pre-eminence was recognised in the 2019 Best Lawyers awards.
Andrew founded Duxton Hill in December of 2019.
Shane is former Victoria Police Detective, National Crime Authority Investigator and Senior Manager in the Major Fraud Squad, with over 30 years’ experience in law enforcement, risk management, whistleblower management and corporate investigations. Shane is a highly skilled investigator of fraud, misconduct and financial crime.
Shane's experience as a private investigator includes:
- investigating many incidences of complex fraud and misconduct, including a $17 million fraud against a multi-national insurance company committed by an employee and external third party,
- conducting investigations in every State & Territory in Australia, and
- managing and investigating employee misconduct allegations identified through whistleblower reports.
Shanee is a Certified Fraud Investigator, and has lectured in fraud and deception at the Victoria Police Detective Training School and Economic Crime Course, as well as conducting numerous corporate fraud training seminars throughout Asia, Middle East, Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
Shane is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators and the Australasian Institute of Risk Management and a licensed investigator.
Shane has a Master of Business Administration (Latrobe), BA (Criminal Justice Administration), Adv Cert (Accounting), Dip. Commercial Crime Control & Terrorism (Exeter UK), and a Certificate in Fraud Investigation (Latrobe). He is a Churchill Fellow, having completed a study tour of Asia, Europe, UK and the USA on Identity Theft, and is a British Chevening Fellow, having studied Commercial Crime Control and Terrorism at Cambridge & Exeter University’s.
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