WHO: Professional fraud fighters from around
the Asia-Pacific region will join global fraud experts for training and to
learn best practices in fraud prevention and detection at the…
WHAT: 2013 ACFE
Asia-Pacific Fraud Conference, hosted by the Association of Certified Fraud
Examiners (ACFE) – the world’s largest anti-fraud organisation and premier
provider of anti-fraud training and resources.
WHEN: 20-22 Nov. 2013
WHERE: Marina Bay
HOW: Attendees will
hear from keynote speakers including veteran fraud fighter John Geurts, a
former Australian Federal Police officer and current executive general manager,
Group Security & Group Property, for Commonwealth Bank Australia. He will
be joined by Jeffrey Robinson, UK author, lecturer and journalist; Nagesh
Pinge, chief internal auditor for Tata Motors Limited; and Bruce Dorris, vice
president and program director for the ACFE.
WHY: According to ACFE’s 2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse,
companies worldwide lose an estimated 5 percent of revenues to fraud – with the
typical fraud case in Asia resulting in a median loss of nearly $200,000
(U.S.). The statistics show corruption to be the most common fraud scheme in
Asia, present in more than half of fraud cases. Anti-fraud professionals in the
Asia-Pacific region and worldwide are working hard to protect businesses and
investments by preventing and detecting fraud.
Visit ACFE.com/AsiaPac for more information.