Registration is Open for 2015!

Registration is Open for 2015!

Registration is now open for the 26th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference. Join nearly 3,000 attendees in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, June 14-19,2015, for the latest anti-fraud education, unmatched networking and professional development opportunities.

Register today at FraudConference.com and see for yourself why this is the can't miss event for anti-fraud professionals.

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Fraudster Video: Humberto Aguilar

Fraudster Video: Humberto Aguilar

A former attorney, Humberto Aguilar served 77 months in prison for money laundering and participation in a client conspiracy to violate the importation of dangerous narcotics. During the final lunch session, he told attendees, "There should be a law that if you are under 30, you're not allowed to make a million dollars. Because you don't appreciate it. Because you say after the first million, 'I can make another one.'"

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A Money Launderer's Contrasts and His Need to 'Amend the Damage'

Humberto Aguilar’s life has been a study of polarizing contrasts. He told conference attendees at Wednesday’s general session that after graduating from the University of Florida Law school in 1978, he wanted “to be the best criminal lawyer” he could be. Yet, shortly after beginning his law practice he began laundering money for his drug-dealer clients. He was in the running for a state judgeship, but, in 1990, he was indicted on 27 counts of racketeering, money laundering and other charges for assisting his clients. “I went to prison because I committed a crime,” but he also said, “I never considered myself a criminal.” He was a peace-loving attorney who never stole from his clients, but he shot two hit men in a defensive gunfight — wounding one and killing another.

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Ranbaxy Whistleblower Congratulates, Exhorts Attendees

Dinesh Thakur, the whistleblower in the huge Ranbaxy USA drug fraud case, challenged attendees to increase their efforts to combat health care fraud in countries beyond the U.S. “Health care fraud is one of the most heinous frauds there is,” Thakur said during the Wednesday closing general session. “And there is more of a need for you — with all the wonderful work you do in the financial area — to expand that and look at health care fraud.”

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