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Breaking records

Fraud examiners shattered Global Fraud Conference attendance records in Seattle, Washington, cementing ACFE’s hybrid virtual and in-person annual conference as a can’t-miss event. And keynote speakers shared their stories of investigating fraud and corruption and revealing the truth.

It was a record-breaking year for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) as more than 5,500 fraud examiners from across the globe met in June for the 34th Annual Global Fraud Conference held in Seattle, Washington. ACFE’s hybrid in-person and virtual conference in the Pacific Northwest surpassed the record set last year in Nashville, Tennessee, with 5,300 attendees.

Virtual and in-person attendees had 101 educational sessions to choose from, addressing some of the biggest topics in the anti-fraud field. Topics included ChatGPT’s effect on fraud prevention and best practices for using it in fraud investigations; improving interviewing skills and reducing bias during investigations; managing fraud risk in the post-COVID-19 landscape; and managing teams in hybrid work environments.

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