The ACFE is currently accepting proposals for the following events:
28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference
June 18-23, 2017, Nashville
Submissions Close: December 1, 2016
Speaker Notification: January 31, 2017
2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Europe
19-21 March 2017, London
Submissions Close: October 1, 2016
Speaker Notification: December 1, 2016
2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada
Submissions Deadline: April 1, 2017
Speaker Notification: June 15, 2017
2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia Pacific
Submissions Deadline: July 1, 2017
Speaker Notification: August 1, 2017
2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Middle East
Submissions Close: August 31, 2017
Speaker Notification: October 1, 2017
Advanced - intermediate-level topics preferred over basic or overview-level sessions
Current, practical and innovative content that relates to the anti-fraud profession
Programs and best practices that demonstrate measurable impact and results in the fight against fraud
Global issues addressing interests of the international community and multinational organizations
Application-focused learning objectives that can realistically be met in the time allotted
Clear, specific and informative content that is directly linked to the learning objectives
Completeness, accuracy and clarity
Anti-fraud skills that attendees can "begin to use Monday morning"
NOTE: Due to the short 80 minutesessions and the economics of travel, coordination, etc., the ACFE rarely entertains proposals for panels or six presenters. If necessary, co-presenters should be noted in the proposal in the None Section.
To submit a proposal, click on the link at the bottom of the page. Please read the proposal form carefully, as it contains specific information you will need to make an informed decision as to whether you would like to submit a topic for consideration.
Shortly after you have
submitted a proposal you will receive an email notification with a copy of your proposal confirming receipt by the ACFE. The selection process involves a rigorous review and evaluation. Many more proposals are submitted than can be selected, so it is important that you include all required and relevant information to be properly and fairly considered.