Press Release

2022 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacific Returns to In-Person Format in Singapore

Sep 26, 2022

The 2022 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacific returns in-person for the first time in three years, with a number of global anti-fraud professionals scheduled to deliver keynote sessions in Singapore.

AUSTIN – The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) is back in person for its annual conference in the Asia-Pacific region. The 2022 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacific will be held September 28-30 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, marking the first time this conference has been an in-person engagement since 2019.


Conference keynote speakers/presenters include counter money-laundering strategist Nigel Morris-Cotterill, data storyteller Paul Hodge, corporate governance expert Yuet Ming Tham and Adam Turteltaub, Chief Engagement and Strategy Officer of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE).


Nigel Morris-Cotterill will be the first keynote speaker of the event. He is a financial crime risk and compliance strategist who works with companies to develop mid- to long-term strategies that help keep these organizations compliant. He has authored several books on financial crime risk, including “How Not to Be a Money Launderer” and “Understanding Suspicion in Financial Crime.” He is also highly knowledgeable in technology and writes about artificial intelligence for a specialist A.I. publication.


Paul Hodge, also known as “DataVizGuy,” is a master of data storytelling and data visualization. His expertise — which helps organization leaders make sense of analytics to yield positive returns — has been used by companies like Indeed and H.P. Hodge also serves as a lecturer at several Australian universities and delivers corporate training sessions.


Yuet Ming Tham is currently the global co-leader of the White Collar: Government and Litigations practice at international law firm Sidley Austin. Tham is highly regarded in the financial services regulatory field of law. Her law accolades include being named a “Leading Lawyer” in Chambers Asia-Pacific in the Corporate Investigations/Anti-Corruption category. She has also been named one of Asia Pacific’s “Top 100 Women in Law” and one of Global Investigations Review’s “Top 100 Women in Investigations.”


Adam Turteltaub is the Chief Engagement and Strategy Officer at the SCCE. He has experience in the business ethics and compliance world and has certifications in healthcare compliance. Mr. Turteltaub will be moderating a panel on the latest challenges in anti-corruption risk. The panel will include Guilherme Rios, CFE, who has more than 16 years of experience in audit, investigations, ethics and compliance.


The conference will be hosted by ACFE Chief Training Officer John Gill. He will close out the conference with his own presentation, “Crossing the Line: Sliding Down the Slippery Slope,” on the mindset of fraudsters. Over the years, Gill has interviewed dozens of convicted fraudsters to get a feel for their upbringings, the events that led to their crimes and what they believe was their motivation to steal.


The 2022 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacific will also include breakout sessions covering topics such as ethics and corporate fraud management in hybrid and remote work environments, as well as preventing culture and gender bias in fraud investigations.


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About the ACFE

Founded in 1988 by Dr. Joseph T. Wells, CFE, CPA, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization. Together with more than 90,000 members, the ACFE works to reduce business fraud worldwide and inspire public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession.


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