ACFE

AcronymDefinition
ACFEAssociation of Certified Fraud Examiners
ACFEAdult, Community and Further Education (Department of Education, Victoria, Australia)
ACFEAmerican College of Forensic Examiners
ACFEA Curriculum for Excellence (UK)
ACFEAdapted Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (treaty)
ACFEAdvisory Centre for Education (UK)
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The ACFE is the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Earlier, welcoming the participants at the conference, Davis Kallukaran, President of the Oman Chapter of ACFE, said that a recent study carried out by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners revealed that a typical organisation loses 5 per cent of revenues in a given year as a result of fraud.
The 2016 Report to the Nations is available for download online at the ACFE's website: ACFE.
The Cyprus chapter of the ACFE is the driving force for meaningful change in the prevention of combating fraud and corruption in Cyprus," it said, pledging to promote training and spread knowledge and skills to its members.
In the ACFE study, the most common frauds in nonprofits were:
The ACFE recommended companies follow a fraud prevention checklist to limit potential losses.
The listing standards of neither the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) nor Nasdaq require an ACFE per se.
During the Fraud Week, the ACFE Oman will engage in various activities, including hosting fraud awareness training for the community and teaming with local media to highlight the problem of fraud.
and other large retailers over the past two years, are likely to occur in 2015, according to ACFE Vice President and Programme Director Bruce Dorris, J.
ACFE recently put together a checklist for preventing small business fraud.
The ACFE is recognised as the world's largest Anti-Fraud organisation.
The data was compiled by the ACFE for its 2014 "Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse.