New training courses offer new skills, CPE credits
As the leader in anti-fraud training, the ACFE has a commitment to continually updating course offerings to meet the needs of the anti-fraud community and address real challenges in the field. Beginning this fall, we’re debuting four new seminars to offer.
Money Laundering: Identifying and Investigating
Los Angeles, CA | October 18-19
The proliferation of technology has made handling financial matters easier and more convenient for many individuals, and fraudsters are no exception. While traditional methods of money laundering are still common, fraud investigators must now also be savvy to emerging schemes involving e-cash, mobile payments and other digital mechanisms. The two-day course Money Laundering Schemes: Identifying and Investigating will give you the tools and knowledge you need to conduct a successful money laundering investigation.
Tracing and Recovering Fraud LossesBoston, MA | October 29-30
Anti-fraud professionals are in a unique position to see the often devastating effects of fraud as victims face significant losses. Though many engagements will end with a conviction or civil junction, there is still a final step in successfully resolving a fraud case: recovering the damages. The two-day Tracing and Recovering Fraud Losses course provides an overview of the resources, legal considerations and techniques in preparing for and conducting an asset recovery examination. While this course offers skills beneficial to any fraud examiner, it is particularly valuable for those who wish to extend their services beyond investigation to include asset recovery.
Detecting Fraud Through Vendor AuditsDallas, TX | January 30
One of the popular Pre-Conference sessions from the 23rd Annual ACFE Fraud Conference & Exhibition has been expanded to a one-day course, Detecting Fraud Through Vendor Audits. Discover best practices and valuable tips to protect your organization from fraud perpetrated by vendors in this one-day ACFE training course. You will also learn how to develop a solid foundation for vendor audits, how to identify which vendors to target and what common fraud schemes to look for.
Bribery and CorruptionDallas, TX | January 31-February 1
Corruption schemes make up one-third of the reported fraud cases with a median loss of $250,000, according to the 2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse. Learn to protect your organization by effectively incorporating anti-bribery and corruption compliance policies, as well as effective detection and investigation procedures, into your anti-fraud strategy. Bribery and Corruption is an overview-level course that addresses the details and practical application of the FCPA and UK Bribery Act as well as common corruption schemes and red flags.
Seminars at a Glance
Calendar of Events
Money Laundering Schemes
October 18-19, 2012Los Angeles, CA
Tracing & Recovering Fraud Losses
OCTOBER 29-30BOSTON, MA