Networking Opportunities at Conferences & Seminars
Social media is great, but no substitute for face-to-face communication. The ACFE recognizes this and offers numerous opportunities for in-person networking at conferences and seminars:
Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference
Nearly 3,000 anti-fraud professionals representing more than 60 countries attend the world’s largest anti-fraud event. Attendees come from a wide range of job functions, including auditors, accountants, compliance managers, IT professionals, private investigators and corporate managers, to
name just a few. This diversity, along with the abundant networking opportunities, provides an ideal environment for building your network.
Welcome Reception – the traditional conference kick-off event.
Dedicated Networking Reception – build your professional and social circle in a relaxed setting.
Industry Networking Tables – gather with attendees from your industry at reserved tables.
Focused Networking Events in the Networking Lounge – share knowledge and best practices and make career connections at networking events in the Exhibit Hall.
Smaller in scope than the conferences, seminars provide unique opportunities to connect with other anti-fraud professionals who share your interests and challenges.
Every seminar schedules group lunches and frequent breaks to promote interaction among fellow attendees.
Those attending Principles of Fraud Examination in Austin, Texas are invited to an Open House at ACFE Headquarters and a networking event at a local establishment.
"It's not optional, it's vital."
— Kathy Lavinder, Recruiter
"...you will be amazed at the knowledge you will gain by networking with your fellow CFEs."
— Lisa S. Duke, CFE, CPA, CFFA
Examiner in Charge
NY State Comptroller Office