Baker Tilly's Fraud Summit 2023

  1. Jonathan T. Marks

    Jonathan T. Marks



  2. Amy L. Slevinski

    Amy L. Slevinski

    MFS, CFE


  3. Baker Tilly Professional

    Steven Goldberg



  4. Heather Acker

    Heather Acker


    Managing Partner

  5. Matthew R. Morris

    Matthew R. Morris

    CFA, CLP

    Managing Partner

  6. Christine M. Fenske

    Christine M. Fenske


    Managing Partner

  7. Jeff Krull

    Jeff Krull



  8. David Capitano

    David Capitano



Forge a new path at Baker Tilly’s Fraud Summit 2023

Back for the third year, the Fraud Summit offers three days of educational sessions and conversation on all of today’s fraud, investigations and compliance trending issues, led by notable industry professionals.

Our 2023 Fraud Summit agenda is now available! We are excited to bring you thought-provoking sessions on hot topics like cryptocurrency, continuous monitoring and auditing, and what drives good people to do bad things. New this year, we’ll be highlighting the growing importance of Environmental, social and governance (ESG) – a discussion you won’t want to miss.

Go there. Start here to be a part of our biggest event yet. Join us from March 28–30, 2023 and experience the Fraud Summit for yourself.

Fraud Summit 2023 agenda

Sessions will begin at 9:00AM and conclude by 4:00PM EST each day. More details will be released closer to the event. Schedule is subject to change.

Day one



Jonathan Marks Introduction
Ed Mahon, Mallory Thomas, Susan Reed, Joe Donnelley and Mark Herzinger, moderated by Christine Anderson Governance and ESG
Brenda Buetow, Tom Puch and Bernard Regan Data analytics as the silent whistleblower


Hui Chen, Zachary Coseglia and Caitlin Handron Compliance and ethics

Lunch break

Russ Sommers and Steven Goldberg BSA, AML and cryptocurrency
Karen Woody Caremark, compliance and certifications


Dan Korem, moderated by Jonathan Marks The art of profiling


Day two



Jonathan Marks
Patrick Smith Conducting effective root cause analysis
Robert Mainardi Using continuous auditing and continuous monitoring as part of your compliance program


Homeland Security Investigations FinCrime case study presentation

Lunch break

Madhu Magnanti Cybersecurity, risk and ransomware
Russ Sommers and Jonathan Marks Crypto governance


Greg Paw Investigations in the hybrid era
Amy Slevinski, Mary Shirley Women in white collar crime


Day three



Jonathan Marks Introduction
Denise Barnes FCPA Update
Matt Kelly and Tom Fox Fraud fight: the growing pressure to do better at finding fraud


Steven Goldberg and Manny Muriel The importance of KYC!


Paul Zikmund Crisis management
Dick Riley Fraud and internal controls


Rich Girgenti and Jonathan Marks Why good people do bad things and how to spot a moral meltdown

Fraud Summit by the numbers


  • 6,100+ registrations
  • 2,300+ unique attendees
  • 14 CPE credits available


  • 2,200+ registrations
  • 1,400+ unique attendees
  • 5,700+ CPE credits awarded

Frequently asked questions

The event is virtual and will run March 28–30, 2023.

This event is complimentary. No cost is associated with attending.

The event is virtual.

Event links will be available in January. For now, please register to receive an email with that information.

Yes, CPE will be offered. More information will be available in January.

No, you can attend any day or session you'd like.

Email [email protected] if you have specific questions that are not answered above. Please allow two to three business days for a response ahead of the event.

Reach out to [email protected] for CPE questions.

"Baker Tilly's first Fraud Summit was comparable in quality to international conferences by ACFE, two of which I have attended since becoming a CFE in 1989."

2021 Fraud Summit attendee

Jonathan T. Marks specializes in global and complex corporate investigations (white collar crime) and other investigations. He has more than 30 years of experience working closely with clients, their board, audit committee, senior management, internal audit, compliance, legal and outside law firm on global/domestic fraud, misconduct, cyber incidents, bribery, money laundering, whistleblower and retaliation matters, and when appropriate conducting an investigation (10A, books and records, cross-border, FCPA, regulatory etc.), then determines economic damages, performs root cause analysis, develops remedial procedures, and designs/enhances governance, global risk management and compliance systems along with internal controls, policies and procedures and monitoring tactics to mitigate future potential issues. He also testifies when called upon.

He has educated and advised some of the world’s largest companies and organizations.

Read more about Jonathan and his experience on his page.

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