Chief Operating Officer
New York State Nurses Association Pension Plan
Chris’ presentation will be entitled:
Detecting Deception Misconception
Common interview deception techniques may not be accurate predictors of whether someone is telling the truth
Chris Rosetti’s industry experience includes serving as the Chief Operating Officer of a $2.6B pension and benefit fund, as a Director of Forensic Accounting for KPMG, and as a Partner for BST’s Forensic Accounting Group. He was a confidential investigator for 6 years with the New York State Office of the Inspector General. As a full-time forensic accounting/fraud investigator, he worked with various private and public entities in the resolution of contentious and litigious fraud matters. He has testified as an expert witness on many occasions and has been involved in international investigations in Cuba, Greece, Morocco and Puerto Rico.
Chris began teaching accounting courses at college in 1995, and continued to do so through 2003, having taught at Siena College, Utica College and Russell Sage. Since 1995 he has been a guest lecturer at the University of Dayton, St. Rose, State University at Albany, Hilbert and other Universities, and has presented over 80 seminars internationally on forensic accounting, fraud investigations, and loss analysis throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, The Netherlands, and Switzerland. Chris is on the Faculty of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Chris regularly provides CPE and technical training for CPA firms, Fortune 500 companies, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental units on topics related to fraud prevention, fraud detection, financial statement fraud, and forensic accounting.