The Psychology of Fraud: Why good people make bad choices; with Diann Cattani

Diann Cattani, a member of the Forensic Investigative Accounting Group in Atlanta, Georgia, presents “The Psychology of Fraud: Why good people make bad choices” to University of Arkansas students on March 16, 2010. In this hour and a half program, she discusses the prevention, deterrence, and investigation of financial fraud. Using her professional experiences, she offers insight into why good people make bad choices. She also discusses the relationship between faith, spirituality, and ethics. Ms. Cattani shares first-hand knowledge into the psychology, rationalizations and methodology of the white-collar criminal.