Brisbane ACFE Chapter Meeting 11 September 2019

Next Brisbane ACFE Chapter Meeting  – 11 September 2019 – McGrath Nicol

Risks of fraud in the supply chain and the impact of Modern Slavery laws

Graham Newton is a Partner at McGrath Nicol and is a specialist in financial crime, investigations, contract assessment, dispute advisory and fraud risk management. He has more than 25 years of investigative and advisory experience providing value and guidance to clients across multiple sectors. Graham has worked with all levels of government, private sector companies, listed groups and legal advisors on a range of assignments. His projects have included foreign bribery, fraud, and corruption investigations, workplace and misconduct complaints, contract disputes, forensic technology investigations and data analytic engagements targeting suspicious or anomalous contract fees and transactions, and control deficiencies. His investigations often require extensive document examination, analysis of data and financial records, witness interviews and examination of digital communications. Graham also spent 5 years as a Detective in the Queensland Police Service, Major Fraud Investigation Group where he managed high profile complex criminal investigations until 2004.

Graham speaks on integrity matters at conferences and seminars and provides training to investigators. He acts as a probity advisor to government and private sector procurements.

We look forward to seeing you there. Thank you again to McGrathNicol for supporting the Chapter by providing the facilities for our meeting.