Rob Wainwright, Executive Director of Europol, will join Clare Rewcastle Brown, the investigative journalist who exposed 1MDB, convicted fraudster* Ryan Homa and others as speakers at the 29th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference in Las Vegas June 17-22.Read More
Former Director of FinCEN Jennifer Shasky Calvery, investigative journalist Andrew Jennings, former FBI agent Eric O’Neill and other experts will address more than 3,000 anti-fraud professionals gathering for the 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference in Nashville, June 18-23.
The 27th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference has officially sold out. Space may become available as we receive cancellations. Please call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000 to find out if we can accommodate your registration.
If you missed registering or were unable to make the trip to Las Vegas, you can still sharpen your fraud-fighting skills via the ACFE Virtual Conference. We will be live streaming during the Main Conference; you will have a choice of two of our most popular sessions in each time slot, and the opportunity to earn up to 12 CPE. Your Virtual Conference registration also gives you access to on-demand recordings of all other Main Conference breakout sessions (please note that CPE credit is not available for on-demand recordings).
To register for the Virtual Conference, go to FraudConference.com/Virtual.
Fraud is a crime with severe impacts of historical magnitude. Made up of artifacts, memorabilia, documents, and other pieces of fraud history collected by ACFE founder and Chairman Dr. Joseph T. Wells, CFE, CPA, the Fraud Museum displays financial frauds committed by an educated society.Read More
Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of the Social Security Administration (SSA), has officially joined the keynote lineup at the 26th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference. She will speak on Tuesday, June 16 at the 8:30 a.m. General Session in Exhibit Hall CD.Read More
It’s not all glitz and glamour in fabulous Las Vegas. A seedy underbelly of crime lurks in the shadows, away from the neon. Ralph Villanueva, CFE, CIA, IT Security and Compliance Analyst for The LVH - Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Resort, invited attendees to explore that underbelly with him.Read More
The most common detection method for fraud is a tip, according to the ACFE’s 2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud & Abuse. Other methods don't even come close – more cases are detected through tips than the next four detection methods combined, which included management review and internal audit.Read More