ACFE 2019 Kick Off Dinner (January 23, 2019) – Sponsored by SAS

As a fraud examiner, your job is ever changing as you work to stay one step ahead of the criminals.  Given the pace of change and the volume of information and data available, companies are turning more and more to analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning.  Are your skills sets and career keeping pact with this […]

2018 Fraud Conference Canada October 28-31 | Ottawa

The 2018 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada will bring together leading experts in the fight against fraud to share insights and proven best practices on today’s fraud schemes. We’re excited to share the first three keynote speakers: corporate intelligence expert, Chris Mathers; the Auditor General of Canada, Michael Ferguson; and Microsoft Cybersecurity Field CTO, Diana Kelley. Conference details

October 15th Dinner Meeting: Ethics Matters

OVERVIEW Ethics matters everywhere and always. In the everyday as well as the once-in-a-lifetime events of human existence. But especially in times of turbulence, it is important to be able to look to secure fundamental ethical principles and to know people of moral character. This short session will aim to unpack what that means. The […]

October 2-3 Workshop: The Anatomy of an Investigation

Investigations are happening everywhere. They cover any topic; harassment in the work place, cyber-bullying, fraud, expense account abuse, conflict of interest, theft of product, irresponsible conduct. Everyone is becoming an investigator. But, to be a good investigator, you need to know the fundamentals. The body of work required is always made of the same parts. […]

September 11th Dinner Meeting: Ethics and Trust in the Digital Age

OVERVIEW     Artificial intelligence is exposing new fields of data analytics to ethics and compliance executives. New programs can monitor in real-time all employee expenses, communication and online interactions. This raises a new challenge for ethics and integrity executives as decisions will need to be taken about the ethical boundary between privacy and monitoring of employees. […]


OVERVIEW     Health and dental insurance coverage is a benefit offered by many employers, both large and small. The plans and coverage vary with the employer, but one thing they all have in common is that they can be targeted for fraud. This can range from a plan member submitting fabricated receipts to clinics offering […]

February 26th Dinner Meeting: AML/CTF and Financial Crime in Canada – A 2018 Update

OVERVIEW The most recent international report on Canada’s AML/CTF efforts (September, 2016) states that Canada faces important money laundering and, to a lesser extent, terrorist financing risks. While Canada has a strong regime to address these aspects of financial crime, further improvements are necessary. At this session, you will learn: a) The sectors that represent […]

ACFE Training Event – March 12-13, 2018: Using Data Analytics to Detect Fraud

According to the ACFE’s 2016 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, proactive data monitoring and analysis is among the most effective anti-fraud controls. Organizations which undertake proactive data analysis techniques experience frauds that are 54% less costly and 50% shorter than organizations that do not monitor and analyze data for signs of fraud. […]

January 30th, 2018 Dinner Meeting: ASSESSING THE RISK OF FRAUD

OVERVIEW Conducting a fraud risk assessment is a proactive measure organizations can take to reduce the likelihood and impact of fraud occurrences.  This session will provide insights into conducting effective fraud risk assessments.  It will also discuss identifying and addressing emerging risks, leverage the results going forward and sustaining the fraud risk assessment process. The […]