• The 5 Most Scandalous Fraud Cases of 2019 Fraud Talk – Episode 94
    This month's podcast is December’s Facebook Live recording during which ACFE President and CEO Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA, and Fraud Magazine Associate Editor Emily Primeaux, CFE, unveiled the most scandalous fraud schemes of the year. The article is available now on
  • Behavioural Forensics – Snakes in suits
    "It's not easy butchering people. Its hard work" goes the voice in the trailer for the Netflix series Mindhunter that commenced on 13th October 2017, as a fax of a crime scene photograph emerges from the machine showing the body of a murdered young lady… This is the adaption of the bestselling true crime book, … Read more
  • How money laundering works
  • The first mentoring session of 2020 is open
    Did you know that enrollment for the first mentoring session of 2020 is open? Kick-start those 2020 career goals! Full details on the website.
  • INVESTMENT WARNING – Initial Coin Offerings
    This short article is a warning to investors to employ extra due diligence prior to making any investment in initial coin offerings or token offerings as they are sometimes called. If there was ever a case for caveat emptor it is in the investment of Crypto coins or tokens. Initial coin offerings are a relatively … Read more
  • Fraud Talk Episode 93 – Leading a Multigenerational Team
    Jeremy Clopton, CFE, CPA, director of Upstream Academy, sat down in our studio to discuss the top five areas where we typically see conflict arise from generational differences in the workplace. But, he didn’t stop there; he shared advice for overcoming these conflicts and how we can move forward in 2020.
  • ACFE Ireland Chapter
    Jim Oakes, President of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners  UK Chapter together with Tim Harvey ACFE UK Director were pleased  and honoured to attend and participate in an advisory capacity at the inaugural meeting of Irish ACFE members held in Dublin on 9 July 2015. The evening's event was a great success and the members … Read more
  • Women Can Commit £millions of Fraud Too
    It is received wisdom that more frauds are committed by men than women, and that the bigger the amount stolen, the more likely that the perpetrator will be male. The story of Joyti Waswani is one that defies that stereotype. She believes that given the right motivation and opportunities women might well get involved in … Read more
  • UK law enforcement bodies start campaign against cyber crime
    The National Crime Agency (NCA), the police, and a range of partners across industry and the public sector have launched a campaign to help the public and small businesses guard against cybercrime. The NCA is producing customised intelligence reports together with the UK's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UK) and the Shadowserver Foundation to be distributed … Read more
  • London Based CFE Exam Review Course & Exam
    Mishcon de Reya has been appointed by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) as its authorised trainer in England to deliver the CFE Exam Review Course and CFE Exam. The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) qualification positions you as a leader in the anti-fraud community and a specialist in the prevention and detection of fraud. … Read more
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