Employee Theft in the Gaming Industry – Schemes, Red Flags and Prevention
The Association of Certified Examiners estimates the average employee theft in the United States is $120,000, per occurrence. In gaming, the risks are magnified with the amount of cash kept on hand.
Topics to be covered include:
- Common schemes, including cash diversion, vendor and payroll fraud
- Red flags to look for, including behavioral indicators and warning signs in accounting records
- The most effective techniques and controls available for prevention and detection
- Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – 2016 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse
|Tim Tribe, CPA/CFF, CFE, CICA
Principal, Forensic Accounting & Litigation
A practicing accountant for nearly two decades, Tim has spent a majority of that time in forensics, examining allegations of fraud, analyzing accounting records, and assessing economic damages for matters involving litigation. He has provided litigation support in both criminal and civil proceedings, analyzing related financial information and developing expert testimony and materials on such topics as fraud patterns, sufficiency of accounting evidence, analysis of internal control, accountants’ standard of care, economic damages, business interruption claims, and lost profits analyses.