Speaking Engagements, Media Appearances and Conference Attendance

Coming Up:

March 29th, 2012, Social Media in the Trading Room, The Securities Traders Association of New York 76th Annual Conference and Dinner. Panelist with Rob Passarella, MD of Institutional Markets for Dow Jones, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics and the Reformed Broker blog and moderated by Dominic Chu of Bloomberg TV.

March 30-31, 2012SEC Whistleblower Program, Panel discussion at the Forensic and Investigative Accounting Section Mid-Year Meeting of the American Accounting Association in Chicago.

April 4, 2012, CFA Chicago, Step Up Your Due Diligence for the New Environment with Michelle Leder of Morningstar, Inc. author of the blog Footnoted.com.

May 15, 2012, back for my third year presenting to the Georgia Southern University Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference, Savannah, GA. My presentation:  Auditors as “Whistleblowers”: The Auditors’ Responsibility to Report Fraud and Illegal Acts.

May 17, 2012The Committee for Monetary Research and Education Annual Dinner. My Topic: The Mystery of MF Global:  How Hot Money and Hubris Caused The Loss of $1.6 Billion in Customer Funds

June 4-6, 2012, supporting the Compliance Week Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

July 8-11, 2012, covering The Institute of Internal Auditors 2012 Annual Conference, Boston Massachusetts.

Previous speeches:

I was on TV Saturday February 10 talking about MF Global!  My segment starts at the 13:00 minute mark.

March 6-7, 2012, Eastern Illinois University. My speech to a large group of students, faculty and visitors in the afternoon was entitled, Who Will Slay The Dragon? Penn State and College Football: How “Ethical” Institutions Have Dropped Their Swords and Shields.  The evening presentation to MBAs was, Stay on your feet. How “new hires” can successfully negotiate the slippery ethical slopes of the workplace.

February 6, 2012, presented “Modeling Fraud: Models Behaving Nefariously”, for the Columbia University Financial Engineering Practitioners Seminar, New York, NY. Here’s the presentation.

Don’t forget to read my column at Forbes each week,  “Accounting Watchdog”, and my column in American Banker, “Accountable”, every Friday online and Mondays in print.

For more information about previous speaking engagements and links to presentations and videos, go to my Speaking page.

If you have a media request or would like me to speak or create specialized training content for your conference, event, firm, or university, please contact me at fmckenna [at] mckennapartners.com.