CPE Credit: 28
Austin, TX | December 9-12, 2013
Build a solid foundation in fraud prevention, detection and deterrence with Principles of Fraud Examination, the most comprehensive course on the subject. Explore the four basic areas of fraud examination: Fraud Prevention and Deterrence, Legal Elements of Fraud, Fraudulent Financial Transactions and Fraud Investigation. This course is taught by leading practitioners who will provide best-practices guidance and expert insight on dealing with the professional challenges you encounter daily.
For 3½ days, immerse yourself in anti-fraud training while interacting with colleagues and peers. The course includes lectures, group discussions and video presentations. In addition to anti-fraud training, this event provides many opportunities to network with your peers, as well as with ACFE staff and faculty members, at group lunches and social functions.
Principles of Fraud Examination has been revised to offer you 2 hours of Ethics CPE. To read more about the Ethics CPE requirement for CFEs, please visit ACFE.com/EthicsCPE.
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Hotel & Venue Information
Omni Austin Hotel Downtown
700 San Jacinto at 8th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Hotel Phone: (800) THE-OMNI
Room Rate: $189 single, double; limited gov't rate rooms available (subject to availability)*
Hotel Cut-off Date: November 8, 2013
Registration & Fees
ACFE Members: $1,195
Early Registration Deadline**: November 8, 2013
Register by the Early Registration Deadline to SAVE an additional $200!**
Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA, CVA†
James D. Ratley, CFE†
While attendees are in Austin, the ACFE will host an Open House reception at its headquarters, providing attendees a unique opportunity to experience the Fraud Museum exhibit, located in the offices of the Geis Building. Established by ACFE Founder and Chairman Dr. Joseph T. Wells, CFE, CPA, the Fraud Museum tells the story of fraud’s intriguing past with an extensive and eclectic collection of historical fraud pieces.
The ACFE Open House also welcomes attendees to the Gregor Building, a historic, 1920s-era home that houses the ACFE’s executive and administrative staff. Attendees can tour the building and meet ACFE staff members as they visit the home of the world’s premier anti-fraud association.
*I understand if I reserve a room at the course hotel, the hotel may disclose to ACFE non-financial reservation information, (name, dates of stay), for the purpose of updating and confirming the event room block. By registering for this event, I grant ACFE or anyone authorized by ACFE, the right to use or publish in print or electronic format, any photographs or video containing my image or likeness for any promotional purpose, without compensation .
**Payment must be received by November 8, 2013 to receive early registration discount.
†Course leaders are subject to change.