Second generation speaks, part 2: Young CFEs follow fraud examination trailblazers
Let's see how the ACFE pioneers have shaped the next generation and how young CFEs have accepted the mantle and aim big.
Extinguishing an arson fraud
When career criminal Gagik Levonian needed some ready cash, he blew up his house to claim the insurance money. A savvy investigative team gathered the evidence that eventually foiled his fraud.
Dr. Wells named 2013 'Outstanding Contributor' for Internal Auditor article
Accounting Today honors Ratley as one of 'Top 100 Most Influential People' in 2013
Nine candidates selected for ACFE Board of Regents' ballot
ACFE awards 30 scholarships in 19th year of Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program
Bill Hardin, CFE, Director, Navigant Consulting, discusses how CFEs can help their clients and companies protect against data theft.
An interview with David Green, CB, QC, Director of U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office
The new director of the SFO wants to tackle the toughest cases via the criminal courts using all the legal powers he has, including the U.K. Bribery Act.
Identity theft complaints climb again in 2012: Complaint data reaches record; elderly and military personnel hit hard
Identity theft remains a scourge. Here are the stats you can use as 'leading indicators' to help your organizations, clients and your communities.
Tax fraud crisis: Innovators needed
Organized crime is assaulting national treasuries around the globe. Learn how groups of tax cheats are stealing billions and how researchers and fraud fighters are finding new ways to beat them.
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