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The IASIU 2017 Seminar & Expo on Insurance Fraud will be held on September 10-13, 2017 in vibrant New Orleans, Louisiana at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel. The seminar brings together the world’s leading SIU professionals at the forefront of detecting, investigating and deterring insurance fraud. As the largest seminar in the field, IASIU 2017 offers more than 40 workshops, on topics including auto issues, property issues, medical fraud, major case/ring investigations, technology, worker’s compensation and international issues.
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Joseph D. Pistone aka 'Donny Brasco'
Joseph Dominick “Joe” Pistone, alias Donnie Brasco, (born September 17, 1939), is a former FBI agent who worked undercover for six years infiltrating the Bonanno crime family and to a lesser extent the Colombo crime family, two of the Five Families of the Mafia in New York City. Pistone was an FBI agent for 27 years.
Pistone was a pioneer in deep long-term undercover work. The FBI’s former director, J. Edgar Hoover, who died in 1972, did not want FBI agents to work undercover because of the danger of the agents becoming corrupted. But Pistone’s work later helped convince the FBI that using undercover agents in lieu of relying exclusively on informants was a crucial tool in law enforcement.
Arthur Katsogiannis, Commander, Fraud and Cyber Crime Squad NSW Police Force.
Arthur has 35 years policing experience predominantly in the area of Criminal Investigation. He was Designated a ‘Detective’ in 1985 working at Darlinghurst, Waverley, Bondi, Fraud Squad, Internal Affairs and Bankstown Detectives. Then promoted to Crime Manager at Marrickville and Flemington Local Area Commands.
In 2001 he was appointed Local Area Commander at Gladesville, then Leichhardt and Burwood Local Area Commands . Arthur was then appointed Commander Strike Force Ennogera a high profile investigation into the reprisal attacks emanating out of the Cronulla riots. He has extensive operational Command experience in a variety of areas, including as a Major Incident Response Team (MIRT) Commander into public disorder, Commander at the Firearms and Organised Crime Squad, Commander Gangs Squad, before being appointed to his current position as Commander, Fraud and Cyber Crime Squad. During his time at the State Crime Command Arthur has also relieved in both the positions of Director, Organised and Serious Crime as well as Assistant Commissioner, Commander, State Crime Command.
Arthur has led many high profile investigations with some of the more recent ones including Strike Force Suburb – The NRL Betting Scandal. Strike Force Kinnara public place shootings involving the Hells Angels and Nomads, outlaw motorcycle gangs. and more recently Strike Force Drawl involving bribery matters of two former CBA executives.
His qualifications include a Master in Public Administration, Graduate Diploma in Executive Leadership, Graduate Certificate in Management and an Advanced Diploma in Accounting.
Dan Barrett, Business Improvement Specialist, Performance and Recoveries, Claims Services.
Steve Maronese, National Investigations Manager Claims QBE Australia
Simon Davies, Director of Professional Standards, Australian Province of the Society of Jesus
Simon is the Director of Professional Standards for the Australian Province of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). He oversees all staff & volunteer professional standards and conduct within the Australian Province. Simon leads and directs the development, implementation and maintenance of best practice standards concerning professional conduct with a particular focus on the safety of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
Simon is accomplished in undertaking highly sensitive, secret and complex investigations in both the civil and criminal arenas. Bringing experience as a former Australian Federal Police Detective and senior manager within the hospitality industry, Simon’s highly recognised and awarded expertise spans:
• counter terrorism
• law enforcement
• safeguarding children & young people
• complaint management
• conflict resolution
• employee misconduct
• physical and technical surveillance
• technical surveillance counter measures (TSCM)
• cyber safety
• covert and overt methods of entry
• security risk assessments
Simon has undertaken countless investigations involving various offences and crime types including:
• aviation security
• drug importation
• organised crime
• counterfeit currency
• money laundering
• sexual harassment
• professional misconduct
• sexual assault
Simon is an accredited mediator who utilises alternative dispute resolution principles and practices to assist people in collaboratively resolving disputes.
He is a regular speaker on the safeguarding and protection of children, employee professional standards and conduct, escalated complaint resolution, cyber safety and terrorism.
Tara Felton, Manager Student Discipline and Compliance, Office of the Academic Registrar
Higher Education: Online Management of Student Misconduct
Shane De Kauwe, Director of Sales, Financial Crime, Law Enforcement & National Security at Visual Analysis
Experienced Leader of international sales organisations and multinational teams to exceed revenue and profit goals. Expert in the application of technology and process, in Law Enforcement, Financial Crime, and National Security.
Proven track record driving growth and global expansion.
Specialised skills in software sales to diverse industry and government clients worldwide.
Specialties: Executive Leadership of Software Sales Organisations;
Global Market Expansion;
Business Partner Channel Management / Development;
Complex Negotiations; and
Key Account Management
Richard Shepherd, CFE President at Polonious Investigation Management Systems LLC
Experienced senior management consulting and finance professional with broad expertise, focusing on developing systems and solutions for investigative organizations.
Strong talents in helping managers build their units through workflow management, metrics, and analysis.
Possessing a unique ability to lead and develop project plans on all technology fronts, including system re-designs and internal software development.
Specialties: Investigation Systems, Management Consulting, Finance, Workflow Automation, Administration, Budgeting, Cash Management, Human Resources, Risk Management, Sales, Marketing, Seminars, Strategic Planning.
Bill Elliott, CAE Executive Director International Association of Special Investigation Units
Every association has a unique mission that drives them, and my passion is in assisting with the development and implementation of strategy that guides organizations to mission success. Through my experience in governance and strategic planning, I have established a solid track record of overseeing membership and revenue growth both domestically and internationally while increasing the quality and reach of our continuing education programs.
After working in the legislative realm, I began my career in association management working in membership development and sales. It was apparent to me very quickly that my knack for organizing and working with groups of passionate people was the perfect fit for becoming a leader in the association world.
At Association Acumen, the accredited association management company where I am employed, our mission is to guide organizational evolution. I serve as the Executive Director for two successful and growing associations. The Automotive Fleet and Leasing Association is made up of experience leaders in the corporate fleet industry, and we are currently working on a global partnership initiative as our members are continuing to see responsibilities expand across the North American borders. The International Association of Special Investigation Units is made up of insurance fraud investigators from around the world leading the fight against insurance fraud, where were are continuing our focus on building our membership and chapters both within the United States and internationally. Through the two associations I manage, I am responsible for a membership of more than 4,600 individuals and budgets of more than $1.8 million.