Video

Inside the mind of a white-collar criminal

Harvard professor Eugene Soltes, a keynote speaker at last year’s 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, breaks down the psychology of white-collar criminals and explains how victims in most frauds are both psychologically and physically distant. View the video.

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Video

Inside the mind of a white-collar criminal

Harvard professor Eugene Soltes, a keynote speaker at last year’s 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, breaks down the psychology of white-collar criminals and explains how victims in most frauds are both psychologically and physically distant. View the video.

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I ache with each fraud case no matter the amount that’s taken. An external fraud has a business impact, but, for me, the client’s suffering is more important — it’s a stressful and annoying situation for everyone. So, we must focus on taking care of our customers and helping them overcome these situations less painfully. — Pablo Santamaría Cisneros, CFE