Earn Additional CPE with Pre-Conference and Post-Conference Sessions

Maximize your training opportunity at the 26th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference with optional Pre-Conference and Post-Conference sessions. These sessions offer an opportunity for more in-depth learning on focused areas as well as additional CPE credit.

This year’s Pre-Conference sessions on Sunday, June 14 include:

Bitcoin, Alt Currencies and the New Landscape for Laundering Money
The development of new payment products and services (NPPS), such as digital currencies, mobile devices and prepaid cards, holds great transformational promise in the world’s developed economies, as well as in its emerging ones. Read more

Building an Effective Ethics Program
The importance of tone at the top in an organization is bolstered by its formal ethics policy. In this session you will understand the mechanics behind creating an ethics policy, how to incorporate whistleblower mechanisms and protections, and obtain executive buy in. Read more

Counter Fraud Analytics Using Statistical and Predictive Modeling Techniques
Given recent advances in technology and big data computing, new anti-fraud techniques are emerging that go beyond rules-based tests that simply ask questions of the data based on what is currently known. What about the unknown fraud risks in the organization? Read more

This year’s Post-Conference sessions, held Thursday, June 18-Friday, June 19 include:

Auditing/Investigating Fraud Seminar
The Auditing/Investigating Fraud Seminar is structured as a series of general lecture and specific breakout sessions developed to get the respective disciplines up to speed in fraud examination. Read more

Bribery and Corruption
Corruption schemes make up 37% of the reported fraud cases, with a median loss of $200,000, according to the ACFE’s 2014 Report to the Nations. Those often devastating effects, combined with a dramatic increase in the number of enforcements, have made bribery and corruption a key issue for many global organizations. Read more

Obtaining, Managing and Searching Electronic Evidence
Fraud examinations are constantly evolving, and technology is often the driving force behind these changes. In today’s data-driven environment, the evidence obtained to investigate and eventually prosecute a fraud can come from numerous sources — many of which are now digital. Read more