Midland Park, NJ (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
Mr. Brandman will discuss how companies are victimized by fraud, a multibillion dollar problem for corporate America.
One recent business survey revealed that 85% of the respondents had at least one significant fraud in their respective companies within the last three years.
Mr. Brandman will expose the methods used to commit these crimes, several of the Red Flags to be aware of, and discuss some actual case histories from the files of Danbee Investigations. Additionally, he will explain the most effective strategies and tactics to protect a business from being victimized.
“Contrary to what some believe, fraud is oftentimes committed by long term, trusted employees over extended periods of time. The losses can easily run into six and seven figures. It takes some companies years to recover from the financial damage after these thefts are uncovered,” explains Barry Brandman.” That’s why it’s important for senior executives to be perceptive to the telltale signs of embezzlement, kickbacks and other forms of fraud, before the losses add up.”
ABOUT DANBEE INVESTIGATIONS:
Danbee Investigations, is one of the nation’s top security companies, providing an array of specialized investigative and consulting services including, undercover operations, vulnerability assessments, C-TPAT certification support, confidential employee tipline programs, security auditing and training seminars. Their clients include Fortune 100 companies as well as many beer, wine and spirits distributors throughout the United States. (http://www.danbeeinvestigations.com)
ABOUT the NBWA
Founded in 1938, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) is a trade association that represents the interests of more than 3,000 licensed, independent beer distributors, with operations located in every state and congressional district across the United States.
The purpose of the National Beer Wholesalers Association is to provide leadership which enhances the independent beer distribution industry; to advocate before government and the public; to encourage the responsible consumption of alcohol; and to provide programs and services that will benefit its members.