ACFE Central Indiana Chapter

ACFE Central Indiana Chapter Training Programs
Training programs are opened to all Certified Fraud Examiners and their guests. Please register your planned attendance. 
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Auditing for Fraud - 8.0 hours CPE
February 8, 2018
Speaker: Dennis Dycus, CFE, CPA

 If you have been performing audits for at least two years and have never found a fraud, you've been had. You're going to say, I don't believe that! That's one reason you've been had.....you don't believe that. And yet, when a fraud is detected, often the immediate reaction is, I just can't believe that. After attending the session on Auditing For Fraud, most individuals come away with a completely different perspective about fraud.

Some years ago after attending Dennis' program on Auditing For Fraud, a CPA called him. He said, "I just think I need to call you. I could not sleep recently and was tossing and turning and my wife said what on earth is going on. I told her that I had just attended your seminar on Auditing For Fraud in which you describe the many indicators of fraud. I told her that I had seen every one of those and did not realize what I was looking at! My God, what have I missed!"

Dennis has presented CPE programs in all fifty states, Guam, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico and Europe and has worked with almost all of the state CPA societies and associations. 

Agenda:
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Registration
8:00  AM - 4:30 PM Seminar

Location:
Maggiano's Little Italy
Keystone at the Crossing
3550 E 86th St, Indianapolis, IN 46240
SOLD OUT EVENT
2018 Programs - registration not yet open for these programs:

August 9, 2018 Ethics Training and Annual Meeting - Speaker Troy Janes, CFE, PhD, CPA.  3.0 CPE.  Location: Ritz Charles

Sept. 18 & 19, 2018 Professional Development Conference - check out info posted on that page

Nov. 8, 2018 Luncheon - Financial Documents Readability & Fraud - Speaker Alan Czyzewski, CFE, PhD.  Location: Knights of Columbus 71st location.

May 8, 2018 Luncheon - 1.0 CPE
Location: Somerset CPAs Conference Room.

Richmond Hill Explosion

A 2012 explosion in the Richmond Hill subdivision in Indianapolis killed two people and caused more than $4 million in property damage. The home of Monserrate Shirley was the center of the explosion, and prosecutors alleged that the natural gas explosion was intentionally set to collect insurance money. Shirley, her boyfriend Mark Leonard, and three others were charged with felony murder. Leonard was also charged with conspiracy to commit murder after he allegedly attempted to hire a hit-man to kill a key witness in the case. 

Learn from an ATF Forensic Auditor and local investigators, how the case against Shirley, Leonard and the others was investigated and prosecuted.  

This luncheon is free to ACFE Central Indiana chapter members that both pre-register and attend the luncheon. A $10 deposit is required of members that will be refunded if they attend. This new practice is to discourage members signing up and not attending. Non-chapter members and guests are to be charged $20.