Discover the latest insights, resources and tools you need for the fight against fraud at Canada's premier anti-fraud event.
Discover answers to the challenges and critical issues faced by anti-fraud professionals during the 2012 ACFE Canadian Fraud Conference. While attending the Conference, you’ll develop practical skills that are relevant and proven to be successful during a variety of educational sessions and exclusive networking opportunities.
With a stronger focus on elements of fraud, regulations and laws specific to Canada, and deeper insights to trends and prevention tools to fight fraud on a global scale, this year's ACFE Canadian Conference will prove invaluable to your career.
Web site : http://www.ACFE.com/Canadian
In 2012, look forward to unmatched learning opportunities on topics such as:
Business risk of fraud
Impact of current legislation
Ethics and compliance in your anti-fraud strategy
Leveraging technology as a critical tool in your fraud examinations
Investigation techniques from basic to advanced
Organizer : Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
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