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Seating will be limited for this event so you must register if you plan to attend.   No walk ups please. 

Gold & Platinum Members Please Register



This event is worth three credit hours as approved by the ACFE!

Speakers: Doug Keipper, Douglas King, David Lott, and Vince Walden

GACFE / IIA JOINT MARCH MEETING:                   
Friday, March 8, 2019
Time: 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Registration Starting Time: 10:30 AM
Buffet Lunch Available: 11:00 AM
Speaker Presentations: 12:10 PM to 3:00 PM
Shirley A. Massey Executive Conference Center, 830 Westview Drive SW, Morehouse College

All attendees must park in the only parking deck on campus.  When you enter the parking deck, you should receive a ticket.  Please bring that inside for validation at the registration desk.  Your ticket has to be validated for you to receive free parking.

Morehouse College address is: 830 Westview Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314


THE GACFE will have a joint meeting with the IIA this month, March 8th at Morehouse College. We have an exciting group of speakers for an outstanding day of presentations.  This event will be educational as well as a great opportunity to network. 

12:10 pm - 1:00 pm

Speaker:  Doug Keippers, CAMS

Topic: Monitoring High Risk Transactions

1:10 pm – 2:00 pm

Speaker:  Douglas King, CAMS, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and David Lott, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Topic: Business Email Compromise - A Growing Fraud Threat for Businesses and Individuals

2:10 pm to 3:00 pm

Speaker:  Vince Walden, CPA, CFE, Partner, Ernst & Young

Topic: Data Science for Internal Audit



Speaker Biographies

Doug Keipper, CAMS
Doug Keipper, is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) since 2005 and a former Bank Secrecy Act officer and compliance officer for an $800 Million commercial bank in Atlanta before it sold twice in one year. Doug sold BSA software for eight years and has taught anti-money laundering classes since 2008 throughout the southeast and online. He has talked with over 500 BSA officers throughout the USA and Caribbean. He has spent over 20 years in retail banking, wholesale mortgages and financial services.

Douglas King, CAMS
Doug King is a Payments Risk Expert with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Retail Payments Risk Forum. Doug is responsible for researching risks associated with existing and emerging payments in light of a rapidly changing payments environment and educating payment industry participants on these risks and ways to mitigate them.

During his time with the Retail Payments Risk Forum, Doug has authored multiple papers and spoken to numerous audiences on topics such as EMV, fraud trends, prepaid cards, and cryptocurrencies.  Prior to joining the Bank, Doug worked with a global payments strategy consulting firm. He was responsible for providing strategic guidance to clients across the payments value chain, including global card networks, financial institutions, payment processors, and merchants. Before business school and immersing himself in the payments industry, Doug spent over five years providing investment consulting guidance to foundations, endowments, and public and corporate pension plans.

David W. Lott
Dave Lott is a Retail Payments Expert with the Retail Payments Risk Forum of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and has more than 35 years of experience in the Retail Banking and Payments industries. As part of the team at the Retail Payments Risk Forum, Dave works with payments stakeholders in researching payment systems and products, focusing on risks and mitigating strategies. A key area of focus for his present work is customer, transaction and data security issues. As such, Dave has done considerable work with the wide range of card and payment technologies including biometrics, tokenization and encryption for cards, mobile devices including tablets, phones, other payment form factors, and their various delivery channels including ATMs, ecommerce and call centers. Dave works with representatives from the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston in facilitating the meetings of the Mobile Payments Industry Workgroup. He is a representative of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in several inter-agency and intra-Federal Reserve System working groups. He most recently worked with the ANSI X9A team in developing a technical review paper on card-not-present (CNP) fraud.

Vince Walden, CPA, CFE
Vincent Walden is a Partner specializing in forensic technology, eDiscovery, forensic data analytics & science, information governance and cyber breach response. Vincent is part of a global leadership team of skilled forensic technology and data mining professionals and is the Southeast Regional Forensic Technology leader. With a focus on forensic and anti-fraud technologies, Vincent has over twenty years of experience handling the information management, forensic analysis and electronic discovery needs for large scale, complex litigations, investigations and proactive anti-fraud and compliance programs.


As a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner, he has been featured in many publications including FRAUD Magazine, Internal Auditor Magazine, Compliance Week, Forbes, The Economist, The FCPA Report, ABC News Online, CNBC, and other leading publications and is a co-author of COSOs Fraud Risk Management Guide released in August 2016. Prior to joining Ernst & Young, Mr. Walden spent five years specializing in litigation technology supporting investigative and legal matters at another Big Four firm. Before that, he served as president and CFO of a privately funded Internet company, which was subsequently sold as well as a large accounting firm specializing in economic and dispute advisory services.



The joint meeting will take place in the Shirley A. Massey Executive Conference Center, which is located near the entrance to Morehouse College.  Registration tables will be set up at the entrance of the Motorola Lobby of the Center and the buffet lunch tables will also be in this area.   Attendees will eat in the dining section, which is next to the lobby.  The speaker presentations will be held in the Bank of America Auditorium.  No food or drink is allowed in the Bank of America Auditorium. 



All attendees must park in the only parking deck on campus.  When you enter the parking deck, you should receive a ticket.  Please bring that inside for validation at the registration desk.  Your ticket has to be validated for you to receive free parking. 

Here is a link to the campus map that is available on the Morehouse College website. The parking deck is located to the right of the conference center.


NOTE:  In order for the Morehouse College to plan for adequate seating and food, it is important for us to be able to provide a lunch count to them by Monday afternoon before our Friday meetings, so please be sure to register by 11:00 am March 4, 2019. Even if you are a gold or platinum member, we ask you to please register for the meetings.  


 This event is worth three credit hours as approved by the ACFE!