Detecting and Investigating Vendor Fraud

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Vendor fraud schemes cost organizations in the US millions of dollars each year and no company is immune. Knowing what to look for and where to look is crucial to preventing, detecting and stopping this expensive fraud.

Watch Maribeth Vander Weele, investigation expert, former inspector general and founder of the Vander Weele Group; as she presents case studies, practical examples, and discussion to outline strategies for detecting and investigating vendor fraud.


Includes:
  • Types of vendor fraud schemes and how they work
  • Red flags that indicate vendor fraud may be occurring
  • How to detect vendor fraud through data analysis
  • Common challenges encountered in vendor fraud investigations and how to overcome them
Webinar Presenter

Maribeth Vander Weele
Maribeth Vander Weele

President of the Vander Weele Group LLC

Maribeth Vander Weele is President of the Vander Weele Group LLC, a Chicago firm that specializes in investigations of complex fraud schemes such as embezzlement, diversion of product, insider dealing, and procurement fraud. A Certified Protection Professional and Certified Inspector General, Maribeth has consulted onsite in manufacturing plants in China, Malaysia, Singapore, Mexico, and the United States and has overseen thousands of investigations in the private and public sectors. Maribeth is the outsourced Inspector General of the Public Building Commission of Chicago, which manages hundreds of millions of dollars of construction projects.

She is a member of the Illinois Gaming Board and the Cook County Board of Ethics. Former Inspector General of Chicago Public Schools, she served as President of the Illinois Association of Inspectors General. A former award-winning journalist for the Chicago Sun-Times and author of the 1995 book, Reclaiming Our Schools, the Struggle for Chicago School Reform, Maribeth has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal and in other publications and books.

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