ACFE Central Indiana Chapter

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About ACFE Central Indiana Chapter
As a member of the Central Indiana Chapter, you can meet the ACFE’s CPE requirements without leaving the Indianapolis-area and avoid the expense of travel and lodging costs. Our objective is to provide you with this opportunity at a total cost of under $150 per year. If you are a CPA, most of our CPE meets the Indiana Accountancy Board’s requirement. We are NASBA certifified. 
  • Chad Christensen, Vice President; Conflict Resolution Chair; 
  • David Fink, Treasurer - 
  • Markita West, Secretary - 
  • Troy Janes, NASBA Co-Chair - 
  • Dean Mucha, PDC Chair, Training Co-Chair - 
  • Alan Czyewski, Training Co-Chair, NASBA Co-Chair, Audit Committee 
  • Erik Buchenberger, At Large - 
  • Bonnie Brunton, At Large  -  
  • John Bunch, At Large
  • Jo Griffiths - At Large
  • Perley Roberts, At large - 
  • John Rihm, Director Emeritus

Chapter #52 of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners 
We are a not-for-profit 501 (C) (3) organization.  
You may contact us by email directed to any officer named above, or by writing us at:
ACFE Central Indiana Chapter
c/o David F. Fink, CPA, CFE
Hutton, Kruse & Fink, Ltd.
7043 North Delaware
Indianapolis, IN 46220

​The annual membership cost for a Certified Fraud Examiner is $35 and $45 for an Associate Member.  All members must be felony free.  Associate Members must be sponsored by a Certified member.  

Refund Policy
After you have enrolled in one of our Continuing Professional Education programs and want to cancel, we will return the fees you paid to us as follows:
(1) 90% will be refunded up to the end of the early bird discount period (if a early bird discount is offered).
(2) 50% will be refunded up to six weeks before the event.
(3) thereafter, nothing will be refunded.
(4) exceptions may be granted in the event of major medical issue or death of an immediate family member subject to the approval of the Chairperson of Conflict Resolution.

Cancellation Policy
In the event that a continuing education program must be cancelled, registered participants will be nitified using the email address provided at registration.  all registration fees will be refunded.

Conflict Resolution
If you are unhappy with a program you have attended and request a price adjustment or refund, please contact our Conflict Resolution Chairperson, Chad Christensen at   
CPE Requirements - from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners webpage 
"To maintain your CFE Credential, you are required to earn at least 20 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) every 12-month period. At least 10 of these hours must relate directly to the detection and deterrence of fraud and 2 hours must relate directly to ethics."