William J. Richmond.
During his years with the IRS, Mr. Richmond investigated income tax violations, political corruption,conspiracy, narcotics-related money laundering and violationsof the Bank Secrecy Act.
Mr. Richmond also lectures on the subjects of fraud awareness and financial investigative techniques to the N.Y. State Department of Law, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Certified Fraud Examiners Association, the American Bankers Association and IRS Special Agents. He also taught accounting at Midwestern State University and was a course developer and instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center at various times from 1976 until his retirement from government service in 1994.
Mr. Richmond holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from ManhattanCollege as well an M.B.A. in Business Organization andManagement from Midwestern State University and an MS in Criminal Justice from Long Island University. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner and is enrolled to practice beforethe Internal Revenue Service.
In addition, Mr. Richmond has been qualified as an expert witness inmatters concerning the Bank Secrecy Act, money laundering and financial crimes in both state and federal courts.
He is the author of a recent article, entitled "An Overview of the Use of Reporting Mechanisms Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines", which was published in the PREVENTIVE LAW REPORTER.
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