What to know in hiring fraudster as keynote speaker

Former white-collar criminals, such as fraudsters and money launders, have become popular public speakers for corporate groups, as companies seek to better understand such crimes. Hiring felons, though, has drawbacks, and many companies have strict guidelines on how they pay these speakers.

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