Sign OutSign In
Signed in as name
Affiliated Event

Key Attributes of Trusted Ethical Advisers

Marcus Anjewierden, CPA, CGMA, CIA

November 6, 2018

Marcus Anjewierden, CPA, CGMA, CIA – Using stories of fraud and interactive group surveys, Marcus will share the key attributes of trusted advisers, action steps to develop them, and why they matter to us as CFE’s.

Marcus is the Audit Director for Deseret Management Corporation (DMC), which include: Deseret News, Deseret book, Deseret Digital Media, Beneficial Life Insurance Bonneville International Corporation. He is a CPA, CGMA and CIA. He holds a BS and MAcc from BYU.

Work Experience includes: Deloitte Auditor, Bank Controller, CFO of startups, appointed finance official at Salt Lake County, Internal Auditor for the Church and DMC, and Real Estate Finance Manager in Physical Facilities.

Currently enjoying serving as scoutmaster, has 5 smart and beautiful girls, one on a mission and one 16 year-old boy.  His kids tell him he is full of classic dad jokes (you decide). He loves to travel with his wife and kids. He still plays basketball a few times a week (on a smaller old men’s court) and rides his bicycle to work often.

Presenter to be confirmed

The Utah ACFE Chapter is made up of fraud fighters who can offer a wealth of anti-fraud knowledge. If you would like to share some of the knowledge you have acquired with the chapter please schedule a presentation.

We are always on the lookout for outstanding chapter members and other individuals in the community to present at monthly chapter meetings. If you have suggestions for future presenters we would love to know.

Use the form below to suggest your ideas for future chapter presentations.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form
Lion House Pantry
63 East South Temple, Salt Lake City Utah 84150

Menu:

To Be Determined

Parking and Driving Directions
This event is presented by an affiliate to the Utah Chapter ACFE. Please direct all questions concerning this event to the event coordinator.