2013 ACFE European Fraud Conference – 17-19 March 2013 • PRAGUE

The 2013 ACFE European Fraud Conference takes place in Prague on 17-19 March

ACFE Fraud Conference Prague 2013


The ACFE programme will feature speakers from government entities and the private industry with a wide variety of expertise in international fraud prevention, deterrence and detection. These experienced practitioners will lead you through interactive sessions while sharing real-world examples and strategies that can immediately take your fraud investigations to the next level.

Topics to be discussed include:

    •  Making the Most of Sanctions and Watch Lists – Various sanctions, terrorist and serious crime watch lists are available to anti-fraud professionals and can be utilised for anti-fraud purposes. Led by the architect behind the United Nation’s new format for the Al Qaida and Taliban sanctions lists, the session will discuss best practices in watch list screening and the latest developments in identity matching techniques
    • Online Investigations – As the use of the Internet and mobile technologies, including smartphones, has grown rapidly in recent years so has the opportunity for computer-related crime. Unlawful activity can be committed or facilitated online with criminals trading and sharing information, masking their identity, gathering information on victims and communicating with co-conspirators. Websites, email, chat rooms and social networks can all provide vital evidence in an investigation of computer-related crime, and this session will assist investigators in their efforts to curb such crime.
    • “The Crooks Aren’t Here!”: Pursuing White Collar Crime in a Foreign Country – Whether you’re in law enforcement or the corporate world, when your case takes an international turn, everything suddenly becomes complicated. In this breakout session, a former FBI Agent with years of experience assigned abroad will explain the ins and outs of pursuing white collar crime in a foreign country.
    • Smart Solutions: Data Analytics to Support Fraud Examinations – Data plays an important role in the course of every investigation; in fact, the first detailed data analysis often leads to an investigation. Investigators must be able to understand and use this data and know how to deal with this challenge accordingly. This presentation will illustrate proven data analytics workflows and how to establish them to make your investigations more efficient and effective.
    • Corruption Risk Assessments: Red Flags for Effective Risk Analysis – What are companies doing now where risk assessments and due diligence are concerned? What are the areas to look out for and be wary of? In this session, you will learn how the UK Bribery Act and adequate procedures can help companies undertake business in higher risk jurisdictions without tripping up. You will also learn to identify red flags and how to protect your organisation from associate engagement in corrupt practices.
    • Stopping Fraud Before It Starts: Using Leading Techniques and Predictive Analysis – In this era of electronic data and increased access to information, organisations are seeking ways to get out in front of fraud and stop it before it occurs. This session will focus on what drives employees to commit dishonest behavior and common fraud scenarios. You’ll also look at ways to eliminate fraud and information misuse, shorten investigative times and reduce the amount of fraud using multiple data sources and predictive analysis.

For more details see: http://www.acfe.com/European/

Who Should Attend?

    • Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud specialists
    • Forensic accountants
    • Information technology and IT security professionals
    • Internal and independent auditors
    • Law enforcement officers and private investigators
    • Security and loss prevention professionals
    •  Governance, risk and compliance professionals