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Member Spotlight: Kathie M. Corrigan

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Kathie M. Corrigan, Vice President Internal Audit at Pawtucket Credit Union has been an RICFE member for ten years. Position Description: In charge of the Internal Audit department, I conduct or assist in the financial and operational audits of all areas of the Credit Union, evaluate internal controls, and identify risks with recommendations for improving controls. I also play an important role in fraud detection, prevention, and mitigation. What a typical day is like in this position: Always full of action and never boring! Best part of my job:      One of the best parts of the job is when we can help departments with process improvements. It shows them we are not only there to find something they did “wrong” but that we are also here to help. Also, I…
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December Training Event Registration Opens

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The board is happy to announce our December training event will feature two presentations by three speakers on Charting the Course for 2018. This half-day sessions include Five Ways to Improve the Process and Practice of Internal Audit and Combating Fraud: Trends & Techniques. While our speakers Tom O'Reilly, Ellen Lux, and Jelena Majkic have diverse backgrounds in internal audit, the topics and sessions will be geared towards all anti-fraud professionals. Registration closes on November 27, so register today.
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Registration Open on Excellence Awards

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The 2017 RICFE Excellence Awards & Training registration is now open. The all-day training session will offer attendees 7.5 CPE credits and feature two separate workshops plus the Excellence Awards luncheon. We hope you'll join us at Kirkbrae Country Club at 197 Old River Road in Lincoln, Rhode Island. Our presenter is Michael "Bret" Hood, CFE, MBA, of 21 Puzzles. He is a financial crimes, money laundering and leadership expert with 25 years experience in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (now retired). He will present The Role of Implicit Bias in Investigations in the morning session and the afternoon will be on Why Good People Make Unethical Decisions. The afternoon session is eligible for two hours of ethics CPE. For additional session details, view the event registration page. Registration closes September 15.
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