The 2019 Edmonton Fraud Conference is here

In conjunction with Fraud Awareness Month (March 2019), the Edmonton Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Edmonton Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors is pleased to host the 2019 Edmonton Fraud Conference.

Engage with your fellow fraud examiners, auditors, investigators, compliance officers, lawyers, risk practitioners, and other industry experts.  This 2-day conference provides an exceptional learning and professional development opportunity for industry professionals sharing a common interest in the prevention and detection of fraud.

Cost: 

  • IIA, ACFE or ISACA Edmonton Chapter Members: $300 CAD
  • Non-members: $350 CAD

Dates:  March 4-5, 2019

Time(s): 7:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location: Edmonton Expo Centre – 7515 118 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB

CPE credit(s):  16 hours

Keynote Speakers

Edmonton Police Service: Dale McFee – Chief of Police; Economic Crimes Unit; Cyber Crimes Unit

Dinesh Thakur – ACFE Sentinel Award Recipient

Conference Schedule

Registration 

Your registration includes lunch each day, access to all sessions, with multiple opportunities to network and attend the exhibitor hall. Registration closes February 22, 2019.  Register early to secure your spot.

Sponsors & Exhibitors 

Become a sponsor or exhibitor and promote your organization as a leader in combating fraud. The Edmonton Fraud Conference is a unique opportunity to feature your brand and services to industry professionals in the region.    

Keynotes

Chief McFee

Dale McFee

Chief of Police for the Edmonton Police Service

 

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Dinesh Thakur

Public Health Activist and ACFE Sentinel Award Recipient

“Healthcare Fraud: Lessons Learned – A Whistleblower’s Perspective”

Conference Speakers

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Richard Arthurs CPA, CMA, CIA, CFE, CRMA, QIAL, MBA

Partner, National Leader – Data And Information Dynamics, MNP

“The Role of Internal Audit in Fraud Investigations”

 

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Paul M. Ross, CPA, CA, CBV, CA•IFA

Partner, Advisory Services, Forensic – KPMG in Canada

“Using Data Analytics in Fraud Investigations”

 

Robert Martin

Chief Information Security Officer, Alberta Health Services

“How your information security team can support your organization’s complex investigations ”

 

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Michael Croteau

Alberta Liquor, Gaming & Cannabis Commission

“Anti-Money Laundering & Alberta Casinos”

 

Natasha Backs

Natasha Backs

Investigations Manager, ATB Financial

“Financial Institution Internal Fraud; Process, Challenges/Success and Learnings”

 

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Graham Quast CPA, CA, IFA, DIFA, CFE, CFF

Senior Manager – MNP

“An Analytical Review of Fraud Sentencing Decisions in Canada”

 

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Kent Schramm

 Director, Cyber Risk – Deloitte Canada

“Cybercrime: Audit’s role in an evolving risk area”

 

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René Pelletier

Senior Manager – Deloitte Canada

“Cybercrime: Audit’s role in an evolving risk area”

 

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Harm Cassam

Associate Partner, Forensic & Integrity Services – EY

“Integrity, Compliance & Ethics”

 

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Tegan Williams

Fraud Analyst – Servus Credit Union

“Report Writing: Effectively Summarizing your Investigation”

 

Hani Mansi

Hani Mansi

Corporate Information Security Officer, City of Edmonton

“Cyber Security for a Smart City”

 

Need more information?  Contact us at info@acfe-edmonton.com

2019 Edmonton Fraud Conference Sponsors: