Presentations on Ethics and Fraud

Ethics and Fraud Presentations

Jerome Mayne delivers top rated keynote presentations on ethics and fraud. As a leading expert in the United States on these topics, he brings relevant stories to your event attendees. From these stories they will be motivated to make the best ethical decisions in seemingly impossible situations. They will know the consequences that result from making poor ethical choices.

Jerome’s background as a former felon gives him the experience to be an authority on choices and consequences. His presentations on fraud are powerful. He’ll take your audience on his personal journey starting with being a CEO and the father of two young boys living in a quaint neighborhood. It culminates with him into a whirlwind of FBI investigations, federal court and finally prison.

presentations on ethics and fraud

Presentations on Choices and Consequences

Choices and Consequences is his primary presentation and has been heard across the United States, Canada and Mexico. This keynote presentation on fraud will bring your audience on an emotional journey. They will feel what he felt. Which is why will experience how he dealt with the adversity he faced by committing fraud.

His his story on ethics will help your group understand their vulnerabilities. Which is why they’ll take away all the tools they need to save themselves from making the wrong decisions and loosing everything they’ve ever worked for.

Keynote on Ethical Decisions

Making a wrong decision in a tough situation can have serious consequences. Adversity, self imposed or not, can be difficult to overcome.  It starts with life saving lessons and self confidence. and continues with trying to overcome the adversity that comes with the consequences of committing a crime, FBI investigations, arrest, criminal court, and finally a federal prison sentence.

Education on Fraud and Ethics

Presentations on ethical decision making are also educational. Many of Jerome’s past clients have obtained continuing education credit approval for his fraud presentation. These professional designation CE credits typically qualify in the category of Ethics for many industries. Some of these industries include Accountants and CPAs (CPE), Title insurance and Mortgage (CE), Attorneys and Lawyers (CLE) and Insurance industry professionals (CE) and many more.

What Your Group Will Take Away

  • where their vulnerabilities lie
  • how easy it is to join a conspiracy – even if they didn’t intended to
  • how the phrase, “no harm, no foul” is absolutely ridiculous
  • that real con men are out there and how they will recruit
  • the devastating effects committing fraud has on the victims, one’s profession and one’s family
  • how to maintain a relationship with kids through snail mail and collect phone calls
  • find out once and for all whether or not there really is, in fact, a big guy named Bubba in prison

Jerome will show you that the unethical behaviors existing today in the “business as usual” corporate culture, that can get you your own federal inmate number.

Keynote presentations on ethics and fraud 1 to 3 hours.

Con-men Will Smash Your Moral Code

Today, business professionals need to know the methods used by con-men and how they recruit business professionals to commit fraud.  Federal prisons are full of average business men and women who have committed fraud, sometimes in the most unsuspecting ways.  This keynote presentation has been used as a way to prevent mortgage fraud as well as corporate fraud in general.  Jerome shows his audiences the red flags that exist in the real world. And he will convey lessons of ethics without the same boring workshops and powerpoint presentations used by typical corporate trainers who teach ethics classes around the country.

Interview on Presenting Morals and Crimes

with Jerome Mayne

Most regular, young business professionals don’t really take the time to think about the topics of fraud and ethics. I know, because I was once a just like them. I entered the finance business in my early twenties.

Fast forward twenty years – I left the finance industry when I was in my early thirties. It was the fraud conviction that put an end to that career choice.

My federal prison sentence ended in 2001. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to work with literally thousands of business finance professionals. Primarily delivering my keynote presentation on ethics and fraud at conferences and conventions.

I give presentations on ethics and fraud. It’s awesome that I get the opportunity to ask and answer questions of business professionals; the attendees of the mortgage conference events. I often ask what they can tell me about fraud and ethics in their industry and hear everything from, “It’s about doing the right thing.  Just watch the news. There are people getting arrested all the time for committing fraud.”

That first answer was good – doing the right thing. But then I ask them, “How do you be ‘ethical’.”  I often hear situational examples — and this is good.  But ethics is about behavior. More accurately ethics is about characteristic behavior And oh man, are there unbelievable consequences of ethics. You can bet that there are!

Ethics Keynotes for Events – and Fraud

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