Protecting the Nest Egg: Detecting Fraud in HawaiiOctober 25, 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Manoa Campus, Webster Hall 203
The University of Hawaii at Manoa Financial Literacy Program presents Special Agent Tom Simon, an expert from the Federal Bureau of Investigation to share his firsthand experiences in detecting scams in Hawaii.
Special Agent Tom Simon joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1995. He currently investigates high-yield investment frauds, major embezzlements, and traditional white-collar crimes affecting Hawaii’s residents and small business community.
In addition to his investigations, Tom also serves as the press spokesperson for the Honolulu FBI office and is a regular fixture on local news programs and radio talk shows.
Seating is limited, to register go to http://manoa.hawaii.edu/finlit. For disability accommodations or questions contact Stacy Miyashiro at (808) 956-6572.
UHM Financial Literacy Program, Manoa Campus