Corruption schemes make up 35.4% of the reported fraud cases, with a median loss of $200,000, according to the 2016 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse. Those often devastating effects, combined with a dramatic increase in the number of enforcements, have made bribery and corruption a key issue for many global organizations. The extension of anti-corruption laws to vendors presents additional vulnerability to companies in the United States. How do you ensure that both your employees and the third parties that play a critical role for your organization are following the rules?
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. During this two-day ACFE seminar, you will gain an understanding of common corruption schemes and anti-corruption liability, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), UK Bribery Act and other anti-corruption legislation. From recognizing red flags to managing a global investigation, you will gain the skills and knowledge to combat the threat of bribery and corruption in your organization.
Charlotte, NC | May 16-17, 2019
New York, NY | August 6-7, 2019
London, U.K. | September 19-20, 2019
Sacramento, CA | November 21-22, 2019
You Will Learn How To:
Navigate the legal elements of bribery and corruption
Implement policies and procedures to comply with the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other major anti-corruption initiatives
Identify common corruption schemes
Evaluate the effectiveness of your anti-corruption compliance program
Conduct third-party due diligence
Respond to red flags of corruption
Manage investigations across international borders
Who Should Attend:
Attorneys, legal professionals and law enforcement personnel
Controllers and corporate managers
Detectives and private investigators
Forensic and management accountants, accounts payable and financial analysts
Governance, risk and compliance professionals
Internal and external auditors, CPAs and CAs
Business professionals, educators and students interested in the anti-fraud field
Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud specialists
This course satisfies the ACFE’s requirement of two Ethics CPE hours per year. To read more about the Ethics CPE requirement for CFEs, please visit
*Pricing listed is for U.S. events. International event pricing may vary by location. Please view the individual event page for International pricing.
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*Please note: Schedule listed is for U.S. events. All events outside of the U.S. are pushed back 30 minutes with registration beginning at 8:00 a.m. and the last session ending at 4:55 p.m.
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Event Cancellation Policy
cancellation policy is intended to keep costs low for attendees. Due to financial obligations incurred by ACFE, Inc. you must cancel your registration prior to the start of the event. Cancellations received less than 14 calendar days prior to an event start date are subject to a $100 administrative fee. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations received on or after the start date of the event. Those who do not cancel and do not attend are responsible for the full registration fee. Should an event be cancelled or postponed by the ACFE due to unforeseen circumstances, ACFE will process a full refund of registration fees within 30 days of such circumstances becoming known. ACFE will attempt to notify affected customers by phone and email after it determines cancellation is necessary.
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