BKD, LLP is pleased to announce the 2012 fall semester of BKD Forensics Institute.
October 29, 2012 (Newswire) - BKD, LLP is pleased to announce the 2012 fall semester of BKD Forensics Institute, a complimentary webinar series developed specifically for attorneys, paralegals and business executives interested in learning about forensic accounting, valuation and investigation-related issues.
The first course, "Internal Investigations: Tools Used to Uncover the Truth," will demonstrate actual examples of using sophisticated search tools and technology solutions to assist in uncovering the truth in internal investigations. The course will be presented by Tom Haldiman, Supervising Consultant, and Jim Snyder, Managing Partner of BKD Forensics & Valuation Services division.
"Deciphering Financial Statements: Tips and Tricks for Attorneys," will cut through the accounting jargon to show attendees how to focus on key concepts in financial statements. The presenter, Jeff Roberts, works with a variety of clients and organizations providing fraud prevention, fraud investigation, fraud risk assessments and assurance services.
The final course, "Data Visualization: Taking Your Analytics from Blah to Bam!," will discuss the art and science of taking data analytics results and turning them into visuals using data visualization. This course will be presented by Jeremy Clopton, a member of BKD Forensics & Valuation Services division that specializes in providing fraud investigation and forensic data mining services.
For more information, and to register for the 2012 fall semester of BKD Forensics Institute, go to bkd.com/fi.
BKD Forensics Institute provides understanding of key forensics concepts to help attendees become more effective client advocates, while helping open doors to relationships with colleagues nationwide. The institute includes fall and spring semesters, each consisting of several consecutive weekly webinars scheduled during the lunch hour. Each webinar concludes with a live question-and-answer session with the presenters, and each session is recorded and archived on BKD's website, allowing participants to access information they missed or revisit particularly salient points.