SXU fraud experts hold financial crimes presentations
“The Cop and the Prof” speak on June 17 and June 30
Chicago (June 12, 2009) Saint Xavier University’s Graham School of Management presents two informational sessions about financial fraud at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 17 and Tuesday, June 30 at the Chicago Bar Association Building, 321 S. Plymouth Court, Chicago.
Presented by Saint Xavier’s financial fraud experts Detective Sergeant John Lucki and Professor William Kresse, “the Cop and the Prof” will share their experiences in fraud examination. Sessions are free and open to the public.
Additionally, participants will learn about Saint Xavier’s Financial Fraud Examination and Management graduate program, currently the only classroom-based MBA program in financial fraud examination and identity theft in the country. Financial crimes are on the rise and fraud examination is one of the world’s fastest growing professions.
Kresse (a.k.a. Professor Fraud) is the director and chief architect of Saint Xavier’s financial fraud examination and management graduate program. The 40,000-member Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the world’s leading organization for anti-fraud professionals, recently named Kresse its Educator of the Year.
Lucki is a financial crimes detective sergeant with the Chicago Police Department. He also is an adjunct professor at the Graham School of Management.
Saint Xavier offers the financial fraud examination and management graduate program, which combines law enforcement, law, accounting and general business education. The U.S. Air Force and Chicago Police Department have both chosen the program to better train their agents and officers in identity theft and financial and procurement fraud.
For more information about Saint Xavier’s Graham School of Management, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission at (773) 298-3053 or click here.