International Fraud Awareness Week is an opportunity for anti-fraud professionals and communities to come together to look at how far reaching the effects of fraud can be. Submit your event for Fraud Week 2019 to be displayed on this page.
Sponsored by Federal Bureau of Investigation and Infragard Birmingham Chapter
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Trussville Civic Center, Trussville, AL
Representatives from financial institutions and financial officers from the business community will hear from public and private sector experts on recent trends in fraudulent activity and how organizations can mitigate those threats. See event agenda and registration details here: https://birmingham-infragard.org/2019/08/25/2019-financial-fraud-summit/.
Sponsored by Central Ohio ACFE Chapter
9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Convicted fraudster Jerome Mayne will share first hand experience with the BIG CONSEQUENCES of fraud. Jerome pled guilty to committing fraud and received a 21-month federal prison sentence. A local prosecutor will also share insights into the BIG CONSEQUENCES of fraud. Additional details can be found at https://centralohiocfe.com/product/big-consequences-training-event-nov-12-2019.
Sponsored by Advokatfirmaet Erling Grimstad AS (law firm)
At Oslo Fraud Awareness Week 2019 we share knowledge of how businesses can protect themselves against financial crime. This year's seminar will be of interest to those who work with compliance and protection against fraud and other forms of financial crime. Read more at www.governance.no/oslo-fraud-awareness-week-19 (Norwegian).
Sponsored by Association for Preventing and Countering Frauds
APCF organizes the 5th edition of the International Conference: Fraud & Compliance - The Way from Prevention to Deterrence at Hilton, Bucharest, Romania. The event gathers more than 150 specialists from fraud risk management, compliance, AML, audit or information security.
Sponsored by Queensland Police Service
During Fraud Awareness Week 67 Queensland Police Officers successfully completed an online training in Basic Financial Crime Investigation, which provided participants with a basic skills and knowledge to correctly identify fraud complaints including financial and cyber-crime and improved their understanding of victimology and risks of harm, to improve policing responses to fraud victims.
Sponsored by Safexa
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
The participants will receive an introduction to the topic of lie detection and learn the Body Language Assessment and Scoring Technique (BLAST) method. It was created as an accurate, systematic and practical method to detect and score deception indicators during interviews and interrogations without the aid of technical equipment, such as polygraph machine. BLAST incorporates body language assessment techniques with statement (or word) analysis to provide an accurate assessment of all deception indicators. You can find more information here.
Sponsored by the ACFE Switzerland Chapter
3:45 p.m.-8 p.m.
According to the 15th EY Global Fraud Survey, "in a world of changing business models, the explosion of data, increased regulation and enforcement, the integrity of an organization becomes the most important driver for ethical business." Furthermore, according to the WEF, low levels of trust and integrity continues to widen and deepen societal fissures, exacerbate inequality and impede efficacy of both public and private investment. The conference will focus on integrity as a foundation of good governance. You can find more information here.
Sponsored by ACFE UK Chapter
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
ACFE UK Chapter Annual conference. Although our conference are not themed, this year there are some excellent presentations dealing with the ever increasing advances in technology, both how it is used by suspects and how we can use it against them.
Sponsored by ACFE Belgium - IFA - IIA
While heading to 2020, the time has come to look back on the most interesting fraud cases of the past 10 years. Understanding the past, is the most valuable approach to prevent history from repeating itself. During the current decade, we have been confronted with numerous and very diverse fraud cases such as the Fipronil case, Diesel gate, match fixing and money-laundering in the Belgian Football, as well as recent cyber-attacks resulting in economic shutdowns of companies. Although there is a never-ending stream of information on those cases in the media, the real truth seems to be only available for the inner circle of insiders. This event gathers those key players willing
to share their insights with you.
Sponsored by ACFE Indonesia Chapter and Financial and Development Supervisory Board
3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
The event will be a discussion forum in a relaxing environent with music and coffee. It will discuss on how to spread the understanding and awarennes of fraud among millenials in a workplace. The speakers will be from BoD of ACFE Indonesia Chapter who are young in age so that there will be a common backround with the participants.
Sponsored by ACFE El Paso Chapter
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
El Paso, TX
Cybersecurity represents critical risk to organizations. It is a worrisome issue to governing bodies and executive management as data breaches, fraud-scams, and identity theft are on the rise. However, there are steps that organizations can take to improve cybersecurity and reduce the risks of a massive data breach. This one-day workshop will provide some insight on how to create a Comprehensive Information Security Plan, so cybersecurity risks are mitigated to acceptable levels.
Sponsored by Asserto RSC
11 a.m. local time
Knowledge is power. And we want to encourage more people to be prepared for the risk of fraud. In this free webinar we’ll present the detection methods attendees can use in order to detect faster any fraud so its consequences are minimized. The webinar will be presented in Spanish with time to answer any questions that attendees may have, and promoted within Latin American countries in order to spread the message as far as possible. You can find the webinar here.
Sponsored by Salisbury University - Fraud & Forensic Accounting Certificate Program
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
The conference will be a day-long event providing practitioners with 8 hours of fraud-related continuing professional education. This conference came about as a result of the demand by local practitioners for top-quality anti-fraud training which was close to home and reasonably priced. Through the years we have strived to make this a national conference in the sense that we assemble prominent speakers from throughout the U.S. Once again we expect over 300
professionals and over 100 students to attend.
Sponsored by ACFE Greece
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Grand Hyatt Athens- Greece
Annual ACFE Greece conference. This year we will talk about Integrity as a brand. Lectures Tech for Integrity, the Integrity Gap , Hiring for Integrity, Achieving Integrity in Family owned Business, Third party integrity etc. The event is bilingual.
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