Corporate Financial Crime in U.S. and Korea – with Focus on Accounting Fraud
This presentation will offer research on corporate financial crimes between the U.S and Korea, focusing on investigative methods, evidence-gathering process and trials on accounting fraud crimes such as Enron, Worldcom, Adelphia and so on. This study will also deal with the details of the major corporate financial crimes committed by big company in Korea such as the investigation process, the content of the sentence, the penalties of main criminals.
About the Speaker
Minah Kim has worked as a public prosecutor in South Korea since 2005. She graduated from Pusan National University and was appointed as a public prosecutor of Korea in 2002.After being a prosecutor, she worked at the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office and the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office. She is an expert in prosecuting white collar crimes such as corporate financial crimes and political bribery crimes and has handled a wide range of corporate crimes including ‘the LIG commercial paper fraud case’. During her time at the U.S.-Asia Law Institute, she will conduct comparative research on corporate crimes between the United States and South Korea.