ACFE Call for Speakers

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Select the Venue

ACFE Annual Global Fraud Conference
ACFE Canadian Fraud Conference *
ACFE European Fraud Conference *
ACFE Asia-Pacific Fraud Conference *
Other (please specify) -  
You may be contacted about presenting at an event other than your selection above. This does not remove you from consideration for your first choice.
* These events are regional conferences. Preference is given to speakers who reside and work in the region.

Presentation Description

Presentation Title

The ACFE offers all levels of instruction at our conferences. Potential instructors are advised to read over the following carefully before selecting an educational level. Once selected the ACFE reserves the right to change the instructional level based on the materials submitted. Written proposals should reflect the instructional level per the guidelines below. These guidelines are from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).

Advanced
Program knowledge level most useful for individuals with mastery of the particular topic. This level focuses on the development on in-depth knowledge. Advanced level programs are often appropriate for seasoned professionals within organizations; however, they may also be beneficial for other professionals with specialized knowledge in a subject area.

Intermediate
Program knowledge that builds on a basic program, most appropriate for CFEs (and others) with detailed knowledge in an area. Such persons are often at a mid-level within an organization, with operational and/or supervisory responsibilities.

Basic
Program knowledge level most beneficial to CFEs (and others) new to a skill or attribute. These individuals are often at the staff or entry level in organizations, although such programs may also benefit a seasoned professional with limited exposure to the area.

Please note the ACFE feels its conferences are for all experience levels and we attempt to accommodate all attendees.

Instructional/Audience Level -
Summary
Please provide a brief two to three sentences that describe the session.
NOTE: This may be used in the conference printed promotional material and website. Submissions that exceed the limit will be edited. Please DO NOT include the title of the presentation or name of presenter.

Abstract
Please provide an abstract of the presentation, key concepts and ideas. The abstract should be no more than 100-200 words in length.
NOTE: This may be used by the ACFE to communicate content to attendees. Submissions may be edited for length. Please DO NOT include the title of the presentation or name of presenter.

Learning Objectives
List three to five bullet points of what attendees will be able to take away from the session.
Target Audience
Please provide a brief list of those disciplines (i.e. audit, law enforcement, investigators) and/or industries (i.e. banking, retail, accounting) who you would expect would benefit the most from this presentation.
Track Classification (Please check no more than two)

Fraud Awareness, Prevention
Fraud Deterrence, Detection
Fraud Investigation, Resolution
Auditing
Technology
Compliance/Risk Assessment
Professional Development
Data Analytics
Legal/Ethics
Best Practices
Case Studies
Other Subject (please specify) -

Speaker Information

Please provide complete and up-to-date contact information.

First Name *
Last Name *
Certifications *
 
Company or Institution *
Title or Position
Address *
Address 2
City *
State or Province *
Country *
Zip Code *
Work Phone Number *
Alternate Phone Number
 
Email Address *
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Referrals (Optional)
Please list any ACFE members who referred you to this call for presentations process.

Before clicking the Submit button below, please check all your information and make sure your abstract and summaries are clear and concise and accurately reflect your proposal. Please check spelling.

Thank you on behalf of the ACFE. If you have any questions please email speakerproposal@acfe.com