Entrepreneur – Why Embezzlement Most Often Occurs at Small Businesses — and How to Prevent It From Happening to You

Published May 10, 2017 By CRI admin

Guest writer: Ken S. Springer MAY 5, 2017 The latest statistics on fraud should send a big jolt of fear into small business owners. According to a 2016 embezzlement survey by HISCOX, a specialty insurance company, 80 percent of embezzlements occurred at small businesses — defined as those with less than 150 employees — and 30 […]

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Bloomberg BNA – Employers Beware Potential Skeletons in Executives’ Closets

Published May 5, 2017 By CRI admin

By Genevieve Douglas Executives may not be as thoroughly vetted in the hiring process as other employees, potentially leading to bad hires at the top of the company, lawsuits and scandal. “A lot of companies rely too much on the background checks that have been performed” at previous employers because they assume that the job […]

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March 2017 Newsletter

Published April 19, 2017 By CRI admin
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Intergrowth 2017 Sponsor

Published March 10, 2017 By CRI admin

Corporate Resolutions is a sponsor for this year’s event in Las Vegas.  If you are interested in meeting with our team during your stay please don’t hesitate to contact us. WHY ATTEND INTERGROWTH? For over 45 years, top middle-market professionals from across the globe make the annual trip to ACG’s InterGrowth conference. Attendees rely on […]

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SWFI Institutional Investor Forum 2017

Published March 9, 2017 By CRI admin

Ken S. Springer participates in a panel discussion at the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute’s Institutional Investor Forum in Scottsdale, Arizona. The panel focused on emerging managers and the major barriers to incorporating them into an institutional portfolio.  Ken’s comments were aimed at educating investors on due diligence best practices that are especially critical for new […]

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CFO – Social Media Posts Can Sink Deals

Published March 1, 2017 By CRI admin

A due diligence investigation firm reveals social media’s role in some of its most salacious cases. By David McCann People have been warned and warned over the past decade-plus: Be careful what you post on social media. Yet social sites are saturated with compromising posts, and a surprising number of them are made by business people […]

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Bloomberg BNA – CEOs Should Avoid Overexposure on Social Media

Published February 27, 2017 By CRI admin

By Genevieve Douglas Executives who use social media should be extra careful about what they post, and HR has to take heed as well, practitioners tell Bloomberg BNA. Scrutiny of chief executive officers’ social media accounts, and what they’re posting or following, has risen in the past year, Ken Springer, a former FBI agent and […]

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BNN Canada – Investigating before investing: Big money avoiding scams and frauds

Published February 8, 2017 By CRI admin

Scams have bilked investors out of billions of dollars over the years, but now institutional money managers are investigating more before investing. Ken Springer, former FBI agent and now head of Corporate Resolutions Inc says it’s not safe out there, with new Ponzi schemes and other scams surfacing “just about every week.” Business Day AM

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Business Insider – Joelle Scott shares social media insights

Published January 30, 2017 By CRI admin

Banks are watching your social media — here are 5 things to avoid if you want a career in finance LONDON – If you’ve just had a big night out, you might want to think twice before posting the gory details on Facebook or Instagram.  Especially if you want to work in finance. Investors are […]

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CNBC Nightly Business Report – Ken Springer Discusses Insider Threats

Published January 23, 2017 By CRI admin

Ken Springer sits with CNBC’s Andrea Day to talk insider threats and how they can cost your company millions.

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