Former FIFA Governance Committee Member, the 'Human Lie Detector' and a Convicted Fraudster to Speak in Abu Dhabi

Alexandra Wrage, former member of the FIFA Independent Governance Committee will join body-language expert Cliff Lansley, convicted fraudster* Roomy Khan and others as speakers at the 2018 ACFE Fraud Conference Middle East. 


Now the President of TRACE International, Wrage previously served on FIFA’s Independent Governance committee and was a member of the 2015 B20 Taskforce on Anti-Corruption, which drafted recommendations to G20 leaders for consideration in their global economic policies. She has won multiple awards including the 2014 Women in Compliance Lifetime Achievement Award for Service to the Compliance Industry and has written three compliance guidebooks.



Lansley is a psychologist who works with a range of military, intelligence, security, commercial, fraud and police agencies in the fight against terrorists and fraudsters in his role at the Emotional Intelligence Academy Group. He was featured as the Behavioral Analyst Expert for ITV’s documentary "Lying Game – Crimes that Fooled Britain" and also with BBC and Discovery. He has worked with police, security and other personnel from military, airport, intelligence and commercial sector organizations in more than 20 countries across all continents.



Among other speakers, convicted fraudster Roomy Khan will also address attendees. She was intimately involved in the Galleon insider trading case — the biggest case successfully prosecuted by the government — which resulted in more than 90 convictions throughout hedge funds, corporations and individual investors. She cooperated with the federal government for more than 6 years during which she expounded the mechanics of the financial industry, various conduits of information and ultimately testified in federal court.

Taking place Feb. 25-27, 2018, in Abu Dhabi, this conference is an important event for all anti-fraud professionals in the region. Find more information on the speakers here.


*The ACFE does not compensate convicted fraudsters.