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Recent reports state that $4.26 billion in cryptocurrency was stolen in 2019 through various means, from cybertheft to insider fraud. Find out what challenges are facing forensic accountants by gaining insight on how cryptocurrency works, and how it is used. Examine recent cases and discover how cryptocurrency and cryptoassets are utilized by criminals and deanonymized by those that pursue them.
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Manager in the forensics, litigation, and valuation services department at Citrin Cooperman specializing in forensic investigations, cryptocurrency tracing, matrimonial disputes, shareholder disputes, economic damages and employee embezzlement cases. Obtained a Masters in Forensic Accounting from the University at Albany. A licensed CPA in the state of New York, a Certified Fraud Examiner and a Certified DeFi Expert (certified by Blockchain Council).
Thu, May 16, 2024 - 11:30am to 12:50pm MDT
CPAs, auditors, forensic accountants and financial planners dealing with cryptocurrencies
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