Proposals submitted for one event can also be considered for another conference or webinar at the discretion of the ACFE and with approval of the speaker. NOTE: Due to the short session duration and the economics of travel, coordination, etc., the ACFE rarely entertains proposals for panels or co-presenters. If necessary, co-presenters should be noted in the proposal in the Abstract section.The ACFE is currently accepting or considering proposals for the following events:
Have substantial topic knowledge (i.e., a subject-matter expert)
Have experience facilitating a learning environment or speaking to large groups
Reside, work and have knowledge of the anti-fraud trends in the conference region
Clearly apply to the identified target audience
Provide anti-fraud skills that attendees can "begin to use Monday morning"
Offer current, practical and innovative content that relates to the anti-fraud profession
Are based on application-focused learning objectives that can realistically be met in the time allotted
Provide clear, specific and informative content that directly meets the learning objectives
Demonstrate measurable impact and results in the fight against fraud
Other considerations to note:
Global issues addressing interests of the international community and multinational organizations are valued
Advanced and intermediate topics are preferred over basic or overview session
To submit a proposal, click on the link at the bottom of this page and complete every field on the proposal form. 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.
Shortly after you have
submitted a proposal you will receive an email notification with a copy of your proposal confirming receipt by the ACFE. Please check your junk folder if you do not receive confirmation.