Join us for a free webinar in line with International Fraud Awareness Week, a global initiative dedicated to combatting fraud, raising awareness, and fostering a culture of integrity and transparency.

Hear from our Fraud & Forensic Services team to explore a range of critical topics during this webinar, including:

  • A review of recent updates to fraud and corruption controls
  • The fraud bystander effect – why an effective whistleblower / public interest disclosures program is so essential!
  • Artificial intelligence and fraud – what to look out for and how to take advantage of AI
  • Best practice investigations including cross-border (multi-jurisdiction or multi-country) investigations
This event is your gateway to staying informed, enhance your fraud and corruption control system, and broaden your knowledge across these essential subjects.


Thursday, 16 November 2023

1:00pm AEDT
The webinar will run for 1 hour

Via Zoom
Zoom details will be provided upon registering

If you have any questions, or require further information, please email

Director and Head of Fraud & Forensic Services

With over 30 years’ of experience in fraud control and forensics, Roger provides subject matter specialist advice to clients across different industries for services of forensic accounting, forensic investigations of a range of matters, fraud and corruption control (prevention including training, detection, response), forensic technology, whistleblower reporting service and advice, and forensic due diligence background checking. Roger was a partner in forensics for a ‘Big 4’ firm and initially commenced his career in the police force leaving as a detective.

Senior Manager

With over 14 years of experience in forensic accounting, fraud investigations of a range of matters including misconduct, bribery, and corruption, fraud prevention and training, and forensic due diligence, Milind provides practical and expert advice to clients across multiple industries as a Senior Manager of Fraud & Forensic Services within the Risk Advisory Services division at RSM.

Milind started his career as a forensic accountant providing expert accounting services in commercial and intellectual property disputes before working with a ‘Big 4’ where he spent time as a Manager in their Forensic and Risk Services division. Prior to joining RSM, Milind was a manager in a newly created integrity services division of a national practice at a mid-tier accounting firm where he was responsible for delivering high-quality solutions for clients. Milind is also a Chartered Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, and licensed investigator.


With seven years of experience in professional services, Chris provides expert advice to clients across many different industries in relation to fraud and corruption control and fraud investigation.

Chris is passionate about fighting fraud and corruption and putting a stop to white-collar crime.

Prior to joining RSM, Chris was an external auditor and business advisor at another mid-tier accounting firm in Melbourne. His work in both an external audit and business advisory environment provides an added layer of professional experience to his fraud and forensic services work. Chris is also a Chartered Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, and licensed investigator.

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