Forensic Accounting Conference 2020 - Online
The online program comprises of seven live streamed sessions, with short (two hours or less) sessions per day.
The Forensic Accounting Online Conference offers insights from some of the industry's most qualified professionals who will explain the latest changes that affect forensic accounting in both Australia and New Zealand.
Designed in collaboration with the Forensic Accounting Committee, this flagship event of the CA ANZ education program brings together a specialist group within an environment of shared learning.
Through a user-friendly online portal, delegates can interact, ask questions and clarify areas of particular interest. The content will cover important topics such as:
- Industry trends and changes
- Class actions
- Whistle-blower legislation
- Allocating class action losses
- Ponzi schemes
- How technology will affect Forensic Accounting
- Taxation issues in damages assessments
Completing this CPD activity will help you to gain a deeper understanding of:
- Key updates relating to forensic accounting investigations and disputes
- The main developments in forensic accounting industry changes, trends and standards,
- Changes to whistle-blower legislation, standards and practice
- The role of expert witnesses in the international arbitration processes
- Steps involved in allocating class action losses
- Warning signs of investment scams, including Ponzi schemes
- Common taxation issues in damages assessments
Tuesday 10 November
12:10pm Expert witness in international arbitration - Richard Hayler CA
1:15pm Taxation issues in damages and compensation assessments - David W Marks QC
2:05pm Day one wrap up
Wednesday 11 November
12:00pm Recap of day one
12:05pm Impact of blockchain technology on forensic investigations and disputes - Michael Bacina
1:10pm Ponzi Schemes - Alex Bell
2:00pm Day two wrap up
Wednesday 18 November
12:00pm Recap of day two
12:05pm Expert evidence in class actions – Christine Oliver & David Taylor
1:10pm Developments in whistle-blower legislation, standards and practice – Dean Newlan
2:00pm Day three wrap up
Thursday 26 November
12:00pm Recap of day three
12:05pm Panel of judges: Expert evidence – the view from the bench - Hon. Justice Peter Riordan, Hon. Justice Joshua Wilson
Moderator: Owain Stone
1:05pm Closing address
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Topic: Audit & Assurance
Sub-Topic: Forensic Accounting
Proficiency Level: Intermediate, Advanced, Authority
CPD: Upto 7 hours