Recent Events

Online & in-person Event – Engaging Employees and Stakeholders in your Anti-fraud and Corruption Program on 17th March, 2021

Co-hosted event with Corruption Prevention Network NSW. Insightful and knowledgeable session delivered by Dr Allan Yates, PhD emphasising the importance of engaging broader stakeholders across the different organisational levels.

Online Event – The Everyday Ethicist on 23rd July, 2020

Interactive session from Amanda “Jo” Erven, CPA, CIA, CFE, CTQA on how we adopt the role of “The Ethical Rationalizer” and why we tend to consciously or unconsciously rationalise away our unethical behaviour.

Online Event – Using Forensic Data Analytics to manage emerging fraud and financial crime risks in the COVID-19 world on 25th June, 2020

Informative session from Nick Maginot about how forensic data analytics could be used to analyse red flags revolving around current emerging scenarios.

Online Event – Pink Collar Crime on 30th April, 2020

Excellent to learn from Kelly Paxton about how Pink collar is not only committed by women but by men too! It really depends on the position the person holds and the misconception that revolves around it.

Online Event – How technology can assist organisations in preventing misconduct and wrongdoing on 26th March, 2020

Great training event live from Boston USA on How technology can assist organisations in preventing misconduct and wrongdoing. Thanks to Mr. Sylvain Mansotte for sharing great insights.

Behavioural Science in the Real World – Truth, Lies and how to assess ‘Authenticity’ on 21st November, 2019

Overwhelming response from our members and non-members at ACFE Sydney Christmas event at ANZ Bank! Interesting to learn that micro expressions are universal and uncontrollable, and how important it is to take time for a proper baseline. Thank you Alan Hudson and Malcolm Anderson for the engaging session.

Fraud Data Analytics – Uncovering Fraud Schemes in Core Business Systems on 29th October, 2019

Great training and networking event in Sydney on How to Detect Fraud in Core Business Systems. We shall never look at data in the same way! Thanks to Mr. Leonard Vona for delivering great insights.

‘Meet the new ACFE Sydney Board & AGM 2019’ on 18th September, 2019

It was a pleasure to see some new faces alongside returning faces. As always it was great to catch up and bond with a community who share a common goal! The event was attended by professionals from the industry – it was a nice mix of established corporations and start-ups – consulting and government.

About the ACFE

The ACFE is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with more than 82,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession.

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ACFE Report To The Nations

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