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(LONDON, 2 February 2016) Financier Worldwide is pleased to announce that Brian E. Dickerson of FisherBroyles LLP has participated in Financier Worldwide’s Q&A Forum on “Managing Pre- and Post-Deal Fraud Investigations”.

The Q&A Forum forms part of a Special Report on Corporate Fraud & Corruption, which appears in the February 2016 issue of Financier Worldwide magazine.

For the Q&A Forum, Financier Worldwide moderated a discussion between Michael Savicki at American Express Global Business Travel, Gregory E. Wolski at Ernst & Young LLP, and Brian E. Dickerson at FisherBroyles LLP.

Brian E. Dickerson said: “With all of the monetary regulatory enforcement from various countries and the respective government agencies, it is negligent not to conduct a fraud assessment of any potential acquisition.”

The complete Q&A Forum is available to read on Financier Worldwide’s website:

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