Set the Tone. Make a Statement. Partner with the ACFE.
  • Partners 

    While some of our current partners desire to remain private members of the Corporate Alliance program, others choose to promote their anti-fraud efforts. Below are program statistics and testimonials from a few of our existing partners. 

    Statistics 

    There are more than 35 Corporate Alliance partners, 18 of which joined in 2013. 

    Ranging from 150 employees to 350,000, Corporate Alliance members employ an average of 78,000 people.  

    The average revenue of Corporate Alliance partners is $27 billion dollars.  

    Fifty-five percent of Corporate Alliance partners are headquartered outside of the U.S. 

    More than 25 percent of our partners are on the Fortune Global 500 or Fortune 500 list. 

    Testimonials  

    • This partnership demonstrates our strong commitment to promote integrity, transparency and trust everywhere in the company. An ethical company is a successful company, so promoting integrity and transparency stays our main priority.

      — Patrick Donovan
      Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Airbus

      Airbus — The world’s leading aircraft manufacturer, Airbus is a global company that employs 59,000 people of more than 100 different nationalities in design and manufacturing.

    • Fraud can seriously harm a company [and] we need to fight it in every possible manner. We hope that with this alliance we will be able to significantly improve our know-how and get access to global best practices

      — Dr. Michael Whittenburg, CFE
      Head of Risk Quality & Fraud Risk Management, Raiffeisen Bank International AG

      Raiffeisen Bank International AG — A leading European universal banking group regarding both Austria and Central and Eastern Europe, RBI operates an extensive network of subsidiary banks, leasing companies and a range of other specialized financial service providers in 17 markets.

    • By entering this strategic alliance with the world’s leading anti-fraud organization, we expect to build and maintain a solid foundation of anti-fraud knowledge, stay up-to-date with new developments . . . and learn new strategies, techniques and best practices when it comes to fraud prevention.

      — Johann Strobl
      Chief Risk Officer, Raiffeisen Bank International AG

      Raiffeisen Bank International AG — A leading European universal banking group regarding both Austria and Central and Eastern Europe, RBI operates an extensive network of subsidiary banks, leasing companies and a range of other specialized financial service providers in 17 markets.

    • Our decision to join the ACFE’s Corporate Alliance came from the highest levels of our organization. Management wants to ensure that MGM takes a proactive, visible and vocal role in fighting fraud in the workplace, both within our organization and elsewhere.

      — Heidi Sealy, CFE
      Senior VP of the Fraud Control Group, MGM Resorts International

      MGM Resorts International — A leading global hospitality company, operating a portfolio of destination resort brands including Bellagio, MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay. Through its hospitality management subsidiary, the Company holds a growing number of development and management agreements for casino and non-casino resort projects around the world.

    • CFE certification for each of MGM’s Fraud Control Group management staff, along with our active involvement in the ACFE Corporate Alliance program are foundational issues to our department mission and goals.

      — Heidi Sealy, CFE
      Senior VP of the Fraud Control Group, MGM Resorts International

      MGM Resorts International — A leading global hospitality company, operating a portfolio of destination resort brands including Bellagio, MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay. Through its hospitality management subsidiary, the Company holds a growing number of development and management agreements for casino and non-casino resort projects around the world.

    • The Corporate Alliance is an excellent vehicle for us to leverage the ACFE organization and to get our staff trained to a consistent level.

      — John Geurts
      Executive General Manager of Group Security & Group Property, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

      Commonwealth Bank of Australia — Australia’s leading provider of integrated financial services and the most recognized brand in the Australian financial services industry.

    • It sends a message to the CFEs internally within USAA that we are very passionate about protecting our members, and using the Corporate Alliance takes us to the next level of managing and being an anti-fraud professional.

      — Tom Shaw
      Vice President of Financial Crimes Management, USAA

      USAA — As a diversified financial services group, USAA offers banking, investing and insurance to people and families that serve, or served, in the United States military.








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