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The screening will be April 5 with a panel discussion to follow

Screening and Panel Discussion: 'All the Queen's Horses'

April 03, 2018

The MS in Forensic Accounting program in the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology is sponsoring a free screening of the film "All the Queen's Horses" next Thursday, April 5, at 5:30 p.m. in the Browning Hall Auditorium. The film focuses on Rita Crundwell, who in her role as controller and treasurer of Dixon, Illinois, embezzled over 50 million dollars, committing the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with experts in the fields of accounting, finance and fraud.

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Joseph Pederson presents on how investigators uncovered the largest municipal fraud case in U.S. history.

Walker School Hosts MFFI Conference on Fraud

May 27, 2016

Webster's George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology was host for the annual Midwest Financial Fraud Investigator’s Conference. The organization formed by law enforcement and financial institution investigators in order to exchange information regarding individuals who engage in criminal activity. “We’re proud to build a relationship between the Walker School and MFFI," said professor Rich Dippel, who noted the topic is a good fit for students in Webster's Forensic Accounting and Cybersecurity programs.

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