March 5, 2024


2 Total CPE Credits


Sales and Government Investigations, Part 2

  • Instructor

    Justin Paperny

Learning Objectives

After attending this presentation, you will be able to...

  • Recognize how white-collar crime investigations begin
  • Recognize how investigators review corporate compliance training
  • Identify how compliance training relates to charging decisions
  • Recall terminology associated with criminal justice proceedings
  • Recognize relationship between a criminal charge and a conviction
  • Identify how judges determine appropriate sentences for business-related crime
  • Create compliance programs to reduce exposure to allegations of white-collar crime

Major Topics

The major topics covered in this course include:

  • How government investigations for white-collar crimes begin
  • How investigators and prosecutors build cases against salespeople
  • Differences between witnesses, subjects, and targets
  • Civil versus criminal allegations and proceedings
  • Costs associated with a government investigation
  • Collateral consequences of a criminal charge
  • Understanding role of defense attorneys
  • Differentiators between challenges in business and allegations of wrongdoing
  • Influence on financial loss amounts and sentencing
  • Lowering risk levels for government investigations or allegations of white-collar crime

CPE Credits Available

Total CPE
Behavioral Ethics

Things to Know About This Course

Course Level

  • Basic

Professional Area of Focus

  • Behavioral Ethics

Advanced Preparation


Intended Audience

Financial services professionals should attend this conference to get ideas on how to create training strategies that will lower risk levels for investigations of white-collar financial crimes.


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