Melanie Morrow first gained interest in fraud after studying the WorldCom case that happened in her home state while she was attending Mississippi College. After graduation and obtaining her CPA license, Morrow pursued the CFE credential. Morrow now uses her experience as a CFE to educate clients about the pitfalls of fraud while working as Manager at Grantham Poole CPAs in Jackson.Read More
The results are in for the Global Fraud Survey contest and the big winners are the South Africa Chapter and the Charlotte Chapter. South Africa had the highest number of completed responses to the survey, while Charlotte had the highest percentage of responses from CFEs.Read More
The ACFE strives to provide a community where anti-fraud professionals can share ideas and best practices, and get to know each other.
In the same way that fraud fighters rely on each other as a resource for new techniques and methods to help uncover white-collar crime, ACFE chapter leaders are part of a special community that can work together to bring the anti-fraud message to all corners of the world.Read More
The awards season is upon us yet again and this year, fraud is in the spotlight. The Wolf of Wall Street, a film focusing on securities fraud and corruption, is nominated for five Academy Awards.
While the film industry is glamorizing fraudsters, the ACFE is recognizing the stars of the anti-fraud profession with awards of our own.