Discovering your organization has been the victim of fraud evokes a wide range of emotions.  Responding emotionally isn’t the best way to react to a suspected fraud and can even lead to the organization incurring liability to a fraudster.  Attendees will learn the dos and don’ts of how best to respond to known or suspected fraud or wrongdoing.

We’ll discuss how to set the stage for a successful outcome including who to get involved, when to involve them, and, frequently overlooked actions which can significantly impact the organization’s ability to recover its losses.

Learning Objectives:

  1. How to prepare to respond to an alleged or actual fraud incident.
  2. Who do you need to involve in responding to a suspected fraud.
  3. Which outside experts do you need to engage, and when.


  • Marc Courey

    Marc Courey

    Fraud and Forensic Services, Wipfli CPAs and Consultants / Director

    With more than 25 years of diverse experience in forensic accounting, law practice, information technology (IT) systems, and corporate management, Marc Courey assists clients with financial forensic investigations and fraud risk assessments, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance requirements, and regulatory compliance engagements and internal investigations. He also has significant experience assisting organizations with e-discovery and litigation readiness preparedness and formation and governance issues including risk management, business ethics, and employment practices.


1.0 CPE Credits