No business or organization, from the largest corporation to the smallest church, is safe from the risk of occupational fraud and employee theft. Financial predators can live anywhere or be anyone. As a business owner, it is essential to take a proactive position in protecting your business from this type of individual. Lake City Bank is proud to present a seminar featuring Barry J. Webne, an expert on occupational fraud, the people who commit it, and how to prevent it. Please join us for this complimentary seminar as we discuss these issues.
The program is free, but registration is required. Click on the session you’d like to attend to register. Call (888) 522-2265 option 3, then option 5 with questions.
Speaker: Barry J. Webne
Barry J. Webne is an experienced corporate controller, general manager and respected authority on the prevention and detection of occupational fraud and employee theft. He is also a convicted felon. Webne served time in federal prison for embezzling more than $1 million each from two employers.
Mr. Webne earned a master’s degree in business administration with a focus in accounting from the University of Toledo in December 1987. He rapidly climbed the corporate ladder while serving with several companies in various accounting, management and technology-related positions.
Mr. Webne has written four books about preventing and detecting of occupational fraud and employee theft, implementing and maintaining internal controls and segregating duties for small businesses. Since his release from prison, he has served as a speaker, lecturer and consultant in occupational fraud. He advises and trains accountants, auditors, management professionals and business owners on the behavioral and psychological traits and tendencies of individuals involved in occupational fraud and employee theft schemes. Webne also stresses the importance of implementing and maintaining effective and efficient internal controls and segregation of duties within the business environment to mitigate the risk of occupational fraud and employee theft.