Join the ACFE and Forensic Strategic Solutions for #fraudconfchat

Join the ACFE and Forensic Strategic Solutions for #fraudconfchat

Attention, fraud fighters! To celebrate the 30th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, we invite you to join us and Forensic Strategic Solutions (FSS) for an upcoming Twitter chat. Our topic is “30 Years of Fighting Fraud.” We’ll discuss how the anti-fraud profession has evolved over the past 30 years and how fraud fighters have stepped up during that time. We hope to see you there with your own stories and experiences to share.

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Honoring a Fallen Whistleblower and a Living Torchbearer

Honoring a Fallen Whistleblower and a Living Torchbearer

"The bravest man I’ve ever known.” This description of Sergei Magnitsky by Bill Browder, a keynoter at the 30th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, June 23- 28 in Austin, provides a poignant insight into the life of an internationally known whistleblower who dared to take on corruption within the Russian government.

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Lisa Osofsky's Passion for Fighting Fraud on Two Continents

Lisa Osofsky's Passion for Fighting Fraud on Two Continents

The ACFE bestows our Cressey Award annually on someone who’s demonstrated a lifetime of achievement in the detection and deterrence of fraud. This year’s winner couldn’t be more deserving. Lisa Osofsky, the director of the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO), has devoted a lifetime of service to fraud awareness on a global scale. In fact, she picked up the desire to prosecute quite early when she worked with prosecutors before she even finished law school!

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Insider Tips for Making the Most of the ACFE Global Fraud Conference

Insider Tips for Making the Most of the ACFE Global Fraud Conference

We recently recorded a webinar for those of you who are new members and first-time attendees of the upcoming 29th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference. In the webinar, ACFE staff shared key insider tips for making the most out of your conference experience.

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Accounting Malpractice and the Auditor’s Responsibility to Detect Fraud

Accounting Malpractice and the Auditor’s Responsibility to Detect Fraud

In the case of Livent, Inc. v. Deloitte & Touche the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld a 2014 decision ordering Deloitte & Touche (Deloitte) pay $118 million in damages to a theater company (Livent, Inc.) for which Deloitte performed auditing services. Why was Deloitte held accountable for such a large sum?

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