jim wall sACFE UK Chapter Annual Fraud Conference 2014

A message from the ACFE UK Chapter Chairman & President

Jim Oakes, Regent Emeritus, CFE CFCI.    


May I extend the warmest of welcomes to you all.

The ACFE UK Chapter annual conference will take place on Wednesday 1st October at the Victory Services Club, Marble Arch. The theme for this hugely popular event will be “The future of fighting fraud.”

From the outset of the day’s programme, when Commander Stephen Head, City of London Police, will commence proceedings by speaking on “Law Enforcements response to Organised Crime”, through a variety of speakers including Professor Michael Levi’s discourse on “The Future of Fraud” delegates will enjoy a varied and relevant agenda.

The keynote speakers, Alison Levitt QC and Sir Keir Starmer KCB QC, – a former DPP and Head of CPS – need little introduction, both having enjoyed high profile roles within our criminal justice system in recent years.

As a non for profit Chapter we strive to keep costs to a minimum to the benefit of our members and guests, and as such this event represents exceptional value at just £190 for members, and £210 for guests. A discount of £20 will be given to both members and their guests if they register by 5th September 2014.

There are also some attractive offers available to group bookings of 8 or more delegates, and also to student/graduate attendees.

To view a Conference Brochure detailing the day’s events, biographies of speakers, venue information and details of an advantageous accommodation offer for delegates, please use this link: ACFE_UKChapter_AnnualFraudConferenceBrochure_2014

For Conference registration,  click here.

For further information or enquiries regarding group or student discounts, please contact us at  

ACFE UK Chapter Office, 78 York Street, London,W1U IDP.

Telephone: +44 (0)207 692 1888

Email – info@acfeuk.co.uk

Attendance will bring 10 CPE credits for ACFE members.

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