New York Chapter of the

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners


The New York Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners was formed in 1990 and is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fraud prevention.

The New York Chapter #14 is one of the 100+ national and international Chapters of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

Members have attended over 100 meetings featuring guest speakers and more than 25 fraud prevention seminars, workshops, etc., while earning "Continuing Professional Education" credits (CPE) required to maintain the CFE designation.

The New York Chapter is proud to be New York City's foremost fraud prevention and fraud detection organizations.

Two Day Seminar: 16 CPE Credits

October 23, 2015
7:30 AM EDT to 5:00 PM EDT

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019

Investigations 2015


The New York Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (NYCFE) is pleased to present this year’s two day seminar on Friday, October 23rd  and Saturday, October 24th at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Participants may register for both days of the seminar or for a single day. Take note that registration for both days offers the most cost efficient dollar per CPE credit earned.
Additionally, the cost differential for registration between NYCFE Members and non-NYCFE Members for the two day seminar is equal to the cost of a one-year NYCFE membership.
NYCFE Membership gives you preferential and discounted registration to seminars throughout the year.
There will be provided at no additional charge:
Full Continental Breakfast – Boxed Lunch - Snacks – Coffee – Tea – Bottled Water – Soda
NYCFE Member Price for the Seminar is $345.00
Early Bird Registration $295.00 (by September 15th)
Non-NYCFE Member Price for the Seminar is $395.00
Early Bird Registration $345.00 (by September 15th)

16 CPE including 2 Ethics CPE, will be granted for attendance both days.

Confirmed Speakers to date for the 2 Day Conference are: 

KEYNOTE: Mark Peters Commissioner, NYC Department of Investigation   

Dan Alonso, Managing Director & General Counsel, Exiger LLC

Topic:  Pants on Fire? Perjury in Federal and New York State Courts

Tara Barry, Assistant Professor,  Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, Homeland Security, St. John's University 

Kenneth Caruso, Partner, White & Case

Eddie Gavin, Private Investigator

Bruce Hulme, CFE, BAI, ISPLA Director of Government Affairs

Topic: The Law and Ethics of Investigations for Certified Fraud Examiners

Greg Little, Trial Lawyer, Partner, White & Case   

Obiamaka P. Madubuko, Partner, McDermott, Will & Emery

Janet Machard CFE, CFE, CPA, MAFF, Founding Partner, McHard Accounting Consulting LLC 

Topic: Ethical Considerations in Investigations

Susan Light, Senior Counsel, FINRA - Department of Enforcement 

Topic: FINRA Enforcement, Fraud, and Top Priorities.

Beth A. Mohr, CFE, CAMS, MPA, PI   Managing Partner, McHard Accounting Consulting LLC    

Topic: Interviewing Secrets for the CFE

Prakash Santhana, Director, Enterprise Fraud Management, at Deloitte                       

Greg Stasiuk, MBA, CFE, Chief of Intelligence & Deputy Chief Investigator, New York State Office of the Attorney General

Topic:  Technology, Friend or Foe          

Adam Wandt, JD, MPA, Assistant Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Topic: Information Security for the Investigator

Gil Alba, President of Alba Investigations Inc. and President of the Associated Licensed Detectives of New York State (ALDONYS)

Topic:  Getting Away With Murder?


 Check out our speakers!

The Agenda for our Conference includes some great topics!


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