The first-ever ACFE Asia-Pacific Conference held Oct. 23-25 in Singapore was a great success, with more than 200 attendees. Speaker highlights included Aedit Bin Abdullah, chief prosecutor of both the Criminal Justice Division and the Attorney-General's Chambers in Singapore; ACFE President and CEO James D. Ratley, CFE; and Mark Steward, executive director, Enforcement Division, of the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong. Attendees participated in educational workshops and lively panel discussions covering such topics as anti-bribery efforts and corruption enforcement.
"The ACFE Asia Pacific Fraud Conference in Singapore was a real eye opener for me," said Kevin Taparauskas, CFE, ACFE's director of events and marketing, who also attended. "I knew that the ACFE had loyal members in the region. But I was extremely impressed with the enthusiasm of our attendees and dedication to truly growing the profession that I witnessed. I now understand why this has been our fastest-growing region in the world for the last several years."
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