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Podcast INTHEBLACK
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INTHEBLACK

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INTHEBLACK is a leadership, strategy, and business podcast from one of Australia's most respected business, accounting and finance publications – the award-winn...
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INTHEBLACK is a leadership, strategy, and business podcast from one of Australia's most respected business, accounting and finance publications – the award-winn...
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  • What is workplace trust in the digital age?
    What does workplace trust mean to you? Thought leader, renowned author and TED talk presenter Rachel Botsman is a trust expert, and she draws on her extensive expertise to explain the significance of trust in business. Rachel unpacks what trust in the digital era means, how it relates to ethical leadership and what trust looks like in an organisational culture. Tune in now.  Host: Jacqueline Blondell, CPA Australia Guest: Rachel Botsman teaches people and organisations how to rethink their relationship with trust. She is a thought leader on the topic and has given three celebrated TED talks, written two critically acclaimed books and created Oxford University’s first course on trust in the digital world at the Saïd Business School. You can learn more from Rachel Botsman at CPA Congress, where she is one of a number of highly anticipated speakers.  CPA Congress is an annual event that brings the business community together to accelerate progress. This year’s “Flex Forward” theme focuses on three key concepts – simplicity, versatility and trust – that will help you adapt your mindset to navigate complexity and create opportunity. CPA Australia publishes three podcasts, providing commentary and thought leadership across business, finance, and accounting:  With Interest INTHEBLACK Excel Tips Search for them in your podcast provider.  You can email the podcast team at [email protected]
    19/09/2023
    25:44
  • Crime By Numbers: Romance scams – the price of fake love
    True crime fans: no agony aunt can help with romance scams, but accountants can.  Romance scams are frauds that not only break hearts, they destroy bank accounts. In this podcast, our experts use real-life case studies to reveal the heartless tactics deployed and show you how to unveil a fake relationship.  Tune in now.   Host: Jacqueline Blondell, Editor, CPA Australia Guests:  Former deputy chair at the ACCC, Delia Rickard spent a decade fighting scammers. She currently sits on the board of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority. Dr Cassandra Cross is an associate professor in the School of Justice at Queensland University of Technology. She has been researching fraud victimisation for more than a decade. Alastair MacGibbon is chief strategy officer at CyberCX. He’s has spent 20 years in the cyber security space, including as a former special advisor to the Australian Prime Minister on cyber security. Research, scripting and editing: Susan Muldowney Studio production and sound editing: Garreth Hanley Additional research and scripting: Jacqueline Blondell If you want to know more about romance frauds, including those discussed in this episode, check out these news articles: Romance fraud losses Scams robbed Australians of more than $2 billion last year | Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (accc.gov.au) Dating app responses Tinder, Match Group rolls out campaign to stop romance scams | Mashable Simon Leviev 'The Tinder Swindler' True Story: Where Is Simon Leviev Now? (esquire.com) Thai case  Thailand's biggest romance scam snagged a chief financial officer and convinced her to steal millions - ABC News Florida case Florida woman accused of scamming Holocaust survivor out of $2.8m in dating site fraud | The Independent Reverse image https://www.labnol.org/reverse/ The West Australian https://thewest.com.au/news/wa/wa-farmer-loses-life-savings-to-catfish-scam-ng-b881800123z The Tinder Swindler https://www.netflix.com/tudum/articles/who-is-tinder-swindler-real-shimon-hayut CPA Australia publishes three podcasts, providing commentary and thought leadership across business, finance, and accounting:  With Interest INTHEBLACK Excel Tips Search for them in your podcast app.  You can email the podcast team at [email protected]
    04/09/2023
    21:13
  • Crime By Numbers: Unravelling million-dollar man in the middle schemes, the invoice fraud that costs millions
    Governments, businesses large and small, and individuals – no one is safe from man in the middle attacks. Just ask Google, Facebook or Puerto Rico. Also known as payment redirection or invoice fraud, these schemes are devasting, highly profitable, growing and evolving. Join our cyber and consumer experts to find out what it takes to defeat these money mules. Tune in now.   Host: Jacqueline Blondell, Editor, CPA Australia Guests: Alastair MacGibbon is Chief Strategy Officer at CyberCX. He’s has spent 20 years in the cyber security space, including as a former special advisor to the Australian Prime Minister on cyber security. Former Deputy Chair at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), Delia Rickard spent a decade fighting scammers. Research, scripting and editing: Susan Muldowney Studio production and sound editing: Garreth Hanley Additional research and scripting: Jacqueline Blondell The ACCC’s Scamwatch website includes fraud prevention advice, case studies and up-to-date data on what different types of frauds are costing the Australian people. If you’d like to read more about invoice fraud, including the schemes discussed in this episode, these links have information through press releases, documents and news articles.  Puerto Rican fraud  https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/13/us/puerto-rico-phishing.html https://www.trendmicro.com/vinfo/hk-en/security/news/cybercrime-and-digital-threats/puerto-rico-loses-millions-in-email-scam https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/puerto-rico-says-it-was-scammed-out-2-6-million-n1136191 Toyota fraud Toyota Parts Supplier Hit By $37 Million Email Scam (forbes.com) https://www.cpomagazine.com/cyber-security/toyota-subsidiary-loses-37-million-due-to-bec-scam/ Facebook, Google fraud Lithuanian pleads guilty in U.S. to massive fraud against Google, Facebook | Reuters Barbara Corcoran fraud How Barbara Corcoran almost lost $400,000 to an email scam (cnbc.com) Phishing in Australia Phishing - scam emails | Cyber.gov.au CPA Australia publishes three podcasts, providing commentary and thought leadership across business, finance and accounting:  With Interest INTHEBLACK Excel Tips Search for them in your podcast app.  You can email the podcast team at [email protected]
    28/08/2023
    21:17
  • Crime by Numbers: How experts unravel Ponzi schemes, from Bernie Madoff to Melissa Caddick
    True crime fans,  Here is a fun fact for your next trivia night: Ponzi schemes date back to 1879, when the eponymous Charles Ponzi was still a toddler. In this episode, top accounting experts take us behind the scenes of some of the most notorious Ponzi schemes, from Bernie Madoff to Melissa Caddick. Do you know how to spot a Ponzi scheme and protect yourself and your clients? Tune in now to find out.  Host: Jacqueline Blondell, CPA Australia Guests:  Bruce Gleeson FCPA is a registered liquidator and bankruptcy trustee. He has more than 20 years of corporate insolvency, re-organisation and bankruptcy experience. He has also worked for several ASX 100 companies.  Alex Bell is a partner and national head of forensic accounting at Grant Thornton. He has gained extensive experience across many high profile and complex litigations and investigations. He has also given expert evidence in the Federal Court of Australia, Supreme Court of New South Wales and District Court of New South Wales, and prepared an expert report for the Supreme Court of Western Australia. Kathy Bazoian Phelps is a lawyer at Raines Feldman LLP. She frequently represents operating and liquidating trustees in cases pending in the United States Bankruptcy Court as well as receivers in the United States District Court and the Superior Court of the State of California. She has also served as lead counsel in large-scale litigation involving recovery of assets in Ponzi scheme cases. Research, scripting and editing: Susan Muldowney Studio production and sound editing: Garreth Hanley Additional research and scripting: Jacqueline Blondell The Australian Government’s Money Smart website has useful information for those seeking advice on how to protect themselves from fraud.  If you’d like to read more about the Ponzi schemes, including those discussed in this episode, these links have information to press releases, documents and news articles.  SEC Enforcement Actions Against Ponzi Schemes SEC Obtains Emergency Asset Freeze in Diamond-Themed Ponzi Scheme (Press Release No. 2010-231; November 23, 2010 Manager of Bogus Foreign Currency Exchange Ponzi Scheme Pleads Guilty to Obstruction of Justice | OPA | Department of Justice USDOJ: US Attorney's Office - District of Minnesota (justice.gov) Sebi clamps down goat-rearing ponzi scheme (business-standard.com) The No. 1 Ladies' Defrauding Agency - Longreads ASIC lead investigator tells Melissa Caddick inquest she was not responsible for alleged fraudster's death - ABC News 21-312MR Melissa Caddick and Maliver found to have engaged in unlicensed conduct | ASIC ASIC v Caddick - Online file (fedcourt.gov.au) CPA Australia publishes three podcasts, providing commentary and thought leadership across business, finance, and accounting:  With Interest INTHEBLACK Excel Tips Search for them in your podcast platform.  You can email the podcast team at [email protected]
    21/08/2023
    26:48
  • Crime by Numbers: How the experts expose financial statement fraud
    True crime fans, this episode is for you.  Go behind the scenes of Germany’s Wirecard scandal and hear from the Financial Times investigative reporter at the heart of the story. We also speak to forensic accountants who investigated cases of financial statement fraud, including HIH and Big Un. Do you know the three elements of the fraud triangle? Tune in now and find out.   Host: Jacqueline Blondell, CPA Australia Guests: Dan McCrum is an investigative reporter for The Financial Times. His acclaimed book ‘Money Men: a hot startup, a billion-dollar fraud, a fight for the truth’ was made into the Netflix feature documentary ‘Skandal! Bringing down Wirecard’. McCrum has won more than a dozen prizes for his reporting, including Journalist of the Year at the 2020 British Journalism Awards. Glen Unicomb CPA is a Managing Director in the Forensic and Litigation Consulting segment of FTI Consulting. He is a forensic accountant with more than 35 years of regulatory experience in senior executive roles at Australia’s corporate regulator ASIC and specialist forensic advisory firms. Jeffrey Luckins FCPA is Director Audit and Assurance at William Buck. He is experienced in the preparation of external financial reports and auditing of listed Australian and multinational public companies, large private corporations and groups, NFPs, professional trust accounts, incorporated associations and the preparation of Investigating Accountant’s Reports for the issue of prospectus and ASX listings. Research, scripting and editing: Susan Muldowney Studio production and sound editing: Garreth Hanley Additional research and scripting: Jacqueline Blondell CPA Australia publishes four podcasts, providing commentary and thought leadership across business, finance, and accounting:   With Interest INTHEBLACK Excel Tips INTHEBLACK Out Loud Search for them in your podcast platform.  You can email the podcast team at [email protected]
    14/08/2023
    24:36

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INTHEBLACK is a leadership, strategy, and business podcast from one of Australia's most respected business, accounting and finance publications – the award-winning INTHEBLACK magazine. INTHEBLACK brings together expert analysis and thought leadership across accounting, business and finance, taxation, technology, digital transformation, innovation, ethics and governance, ESG, the economy, careers, workplace and work life. Weekly episodes cover a broad range of topics that help businesses and finance professionals and corporate leaders understand, navigate and thrive in an increasingly complex business environment. Subscribe today to stay up-to-date with the latest episodes. INTHEBLACK is presented by CPA Australia, one of the world’s largest accounting bodies, with core services that include education, training, technical support and advocacy. CPA Australia publishes three podcasts: With Interest, INTHEBLACK and Excel Tips. To find out more about our podcasts, visit https://www.cpaaustralia.com.au/tools-and-resources/podcasts - or search for the shows in your podcast service. To contact the podcast team email us at [email protected].
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