Elder Financial Exploitation Prevention
Train-the-Trainer Seminar (Virtual and In-Person Options Available!)

Conference/Seminar/School Kristen Reid Michele Dunn Gail Queen

Elder financial exploitation is the fastest-growing form of elder abuse today and it is a crime that deprives older adults of their resources and their independence.  According to the 2022 Internet Crime Complaint Center’s 2022 Elder Fraud Report, more than 88,000 people over the age of 60 reported losing a combined $3.1 billion in elder financial scams.  

The VBA is partnering with representatives from the US Attorney’s Office, Adult Protective Services, local and federal law enforcement, and the American Bankers Association to develop a seminar for anyone responsible for implementing training on spotting and reporting potential elder financial exploitation. 

Agenda & Session Descriptions

Coming Soon!

*Agenda and speakers are subject to change

Registration Types & Rates

Registration types

In-Person: Attending in person will allow interaction with other attendees as well as with the speakers between sessions.  Lunch and breaks throughout the day will be provided.  Spots are limited for in-person.

Virtual: For bankers unable to attend in person, this training will be live-streamed.  Each registration will purchase one log-in.  Please note, that due to speaker requirements, we are unable to record this training for later viewing.

Registration Rates

  Member Non-Member
Through August 25 $195 $495
August 26-September 24 $225 $525


Virginia Society of CPAs
4309 Cox Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060


Contact Amy Binns for information.