McHard Accounting experts can teach a variety of in-person classes and seminars in addition to eLearning materials.
This short clip of Janet discussing Benford’s Law illutrates how she makes a complex topic easy to understand.
Janet M. McHard teaches all over the world on forensic accounting and fraud topics for McHard Accounting Consulting, and is also a Faculty member for the Association of Certified Fraud Exmainers. In this brief video clip, she discusses Benford’s Law, a statistical observation about naturally occurring sets of numbers, including accounting data. Application of Benford’s Law can be used to discover numbers which do not conform to the expected distributions – this might indicate fraud. Janet has testified as an expert on Benford’s Law.
In this clip Beth discusses interviewing, including why the word “interrogation” is best replaced with “admission seeking interview” in many situations.
Beth A. Mohr has taught interviewing techniques to law enforcement officers and civilians all over North America; she is a retired San Diego Police Officer, and a certified law enforcement instructor, and has also taught interviewing techniques to auditors, accountants, and Certified Fraud Examiners, bankers, casino administrators and many others. These interview techniques apply to both witness interviews and admission seeking interviews, and are extremely effective. Beth also teaches on interviewing ethics, as well as other fraud and investigative topics.
Here’s a short clip of Anne discussing Securities Fraud, including the Howey Test to determine what defines a “security” for the purposes of securities fraud.
Anne M. Layne has taught on the topics of accounting, fraud and securities fraud nationwide on behalf of McHard Accounting Consulting, as well as for the AICPA. Anne’s experience includes conducting forensic accounting for law enforcement on behalf of the State of New Mexico Securities Division, as well as other forensic accounting examinations.