Fraud Talk - Meet Fraud Expert Scott Hilsen, attorney, MBA, CFE & author

October 27, 2014
Hosted by Chris Marquet

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This week's episode will feature an interview with Scott Hilsen, a director with KPMG in Atlanta. Scott is an attorney and MBA by training, as well as a certified fraud examiner. He is a recognized expert in White Collar Fraud and has written and presented extensively on the subject. Scott is also the author of "Cloud of Lies" a recently published intrigue novel. Join host Chris Marquet this week for what will be an interesting and informative edition of Fraud Talk

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FraudTalk is an informative weekly program discussing recent cases, trends, characteristics and preventive strategies of major frauds facing businesses and investors today. Hosted by 30 year veteran investigator, business intelligence and security consultant, Chris Marquet, FraudTalk’s goal is to educate and entertain business executives, officers and directors, their counsel and other advisors about fraud and corruption in the business world and how to mitigate those risks.

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Chris Marquet

Chris Marquet

Chris Marquet is founder and CEO of Marquet International with more than three decades of professional experience in the private investigations, business intelligence, and security consulting industry. Chris has served a broad range of industry sectors and clients, including corporations, financial institutions, law firms, business advisors, governments and high profile individuals. Chris joined the prestigious Kroll Associates in 1983 and held senior positions, including Sr. MD, head of business development and president of its global political risk and travel security intelligence group. After 19 years with Kroll, Chris cofounded Citigate Global Intelligence and served as Exec MD, handling all service lines including business intelligence, investigations and business controls consulting. In 2006, he founded Marquet International. During his career, Chris has been involved in thousands of investigative, intelligence and security consulting projects around the world. He has also authored many articles, including the Marquet Report on Embezzlement, the Marquet Report on Ponzi Schemes, Anticipating Workplace Violence, Do You Know Who You Are Hiring, and Resume Fraud: The Top Ten Lies. He has also lectured extensively and been widely quoted. In addition to being a VoiceAmerica radio host with his own show, he also hosts and manages a popular FraudTalk blog. Chris graduated from Dartmouth College with a triple major in Physics, Economics, and Philosophy.

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