Gain important fraud-fighting knowledge and learn best-practices from your own office or home computer by participating in our newest learning opportunity for anti-fraud professionals: ACFE Online Learning. ACFE Online Learning courses offer you a convenient way to enhance your anti-fraud skills!
Earn CPE credit for your designation by participating in one of our live webinars, accessing the archived version of a previously held webinar or purchasing a CD-ROM for your professional library.
CPE credits for the online recording are eligible for ACFE CPE but are not NASBA compliant; your licensing body, however, may still grant CPE credit. Please contact the organization from which you plan to claim CPE credit to determine if it grants CPE hours for completion of this course via the online recording.
Navigating Beneficial Ownership and Financial Transparency
October 24, 2016 | 2:00 p.m. EDT
Webinar Duration: 60 Minutes | Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Did you know that by May 11, 2018, financial institutions are required to comply with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s (FinCEN) new Beneficial Ownership Rule? FinCEN finalized its proposed ruling requiring banks and other financial institutions to identify and verify the identity of beneficial owners behind legal entity customers. Learn more about implementing this new rule and other global initiatives to advance financial transparency.
A Focused Approach: Best Practices for Uncovering Hidden Risk and Minimizing Exposure
Originally offered August 16, 2016
What is your current process to assess and mitigate risk? Is it consistent? Is it comprehensive? Is it defensible? Risk assessment is an extremely broad concept, cutting across many different industries and use cases. In this webinar, you will learn about the risks facing your organization, review industry trends, and discover steps to mitigate risk and minimize exposure.
Failure to Launch? Breaking Down Barriers to Increase Use of Data Analytics
Originally offered July 28, 2016
While the majority of internal audit leaders and C-suite executives agree data analytics is important to strengthening audit coverage, only a small percentage of organizations actively use data analytics regularly. Why is that? This webinar will explore challenges and barriers associated with starting, sustaining and expanding the use of data analytics to improve audit coverage.
The Impact of the Underground Economy and How Analytics Can Fight It
Originally offered on May 18, 2016
The underground economy creates a huge gap in both the United States and countries abroad, resulting in damaged government organizations and, private companies, as well as raising burdens on citizens. In this webinar, you will learn about the scope of its impact, as well as discover how data sharing and analytics can help root out problems and identify individuals and businesses to pursue for fraud and non-compliance.
Digital Decisioning in Today’s Fraud Environment
Originally offered on April 21, 2016
Payment monitoring in today’s digital payment channels presents unique and sometimes difficult set of challenges. This webinar will provide insights into the types of solutions required for end to end fraud monitoring of mobile and other digital payment channels. By exploring real-world case studies, you’ll gain deeper insights into remote deposit capture, “step –up” authentication based upon different levels of risk, and industry and SAS viewpoints.
Improving Application Fraud Detection Across Silos
Originally offered on March 29, 2016
Organizations are often hindered in detecting application fraud because of siloed data, limited analytics, and the inability to quickly update models and rules. Current fraud detection procedures often result in high levels of false positives which require intensive manual review and unhappy customers. Discover new ways to take a more integrated approach to fraud detection across various online and mobile application workflows to reduce application fraud and increase customer satisfaction.
The Evolving Financial Crime Landscape: Using Next Generation Technologies to Solve the Puzzle
Originally offered on October 14, 2015
Financial institutions are facing a range of challenges involving AML and fraud. These challenges include: increasing pressure from regulators to prove the adequacy of their AML and BSA controls, big data volumes, high levels of false positives, and the need to analyze structured, unstructured and open source data. Many financial professionals are seeking ways to take a more integrated approach by merging these typically siloed activities into a single enterprise view.