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IRS Criminal Investigation Division Joins ACFE Law Enforcement Partnership

Oct. 30, 2009 Press Release: The Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS-CI) recently joined the ACFE Law Enforcement Partnership by officially recognizing the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential for hiring and promotional purposes.

Office of the Inspector General for the National Reconnaissance Office Officially Recognizes CFE Credential

July 28, 2008, Press Release: The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) recently announced its official recognition of the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential for hiring and promotional purposes.

CFE Exam Review Course - Dubai

CFE Exam Review Course CPE Credit 30 hours Dubai, UAE December 14 18, 2014 | February 22 26, 2015  OpenThinking is an ACFE Authorized Trainer and will conduct CFE Exam Review Courses in the UAE and Qatar.      Master

How to Testify

Learn how to testify effectively on direct and cross-examination, basic courtroom procedures and tricks for surviving on the witness stand.

Legal Elements of Fraud Examination

This basic-level course is designed to cover the legal elements of fraud examination that you and your client might face during a financial investigation.

Fraud Magazine: Key Points for Working with Prosecutors, July/August 2012

Meric Bloch, J.D., CFE, PCI, CCEP, VP-Compliance and Special Investigations, Adecco SA, gives key points to remember when working with prosecutors.

Fraud Talk Podcast - October 2012

We talk to Frank Wisehart, CFE, director of business advisory services at Schneider Downs and Company.

Bitcoin creating virtual Wild West

Overview of Bitcoin, a digital money that could be used by criminals for money laundering

Revisions of U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines

Changes by the U.S. Sentencing Commission to the federal sentencing guidelines could lead to a new era of corporate compliance.

Informants & whistleblowers

Important rules when using and managing informants, whistleblowers and cooperating defendants to avoid sabotaging your cases.