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20-22 November | Singapore

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2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacific

September 2017 | Hong Kong

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Speakers

Clare Rewcastle Brown

Editor-in-Chief, Sarawak Report, Investigative Journalist
Malaysian 1MDB Corruption Exposé

Clare Rewcastle Brown is an investigative journalist who has begun a heated international dialogue by publishing accounts alleging corruption occurring in Malaysia. Brown founded the Sarawak Report and Radio Free Sarawak in 2010 to first highlight local deforestation occurring in the Sarawak region of Malaysia. That led her to uncover a system of kickbacks between the logging companies and local officials. In 2013, her investigations turned from deforestation to exposing potential bribery and theft involved in a Malaysian public development fund, 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). She obtained leaked materials from an employee of PetroSaudi, an investor in the 1MDB fund, which showed that USD 700 million that should have been invested in 1MDB ended up in the personal account of the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak.

Michael Shatter

Partner
RSM Australia Partners

Michael is a Partner and Director of RSM Australia with more than 24 years of experience specialising in IT security & privacy services. In that time he has worked on an extensive range of strategic and tactical risk management projects including the delivery of comprehensive cybersecurity assessments, internal and external penetration tests, social engineering security reviews and comprehensive reviews of information technology and communication controls of medium to large organisations. These reviews and assessments are often aimed to assist organisations determine how to best allocate their limited resources to address cybersecurity risks, not only cybercrime, but other cyber threats to an organisation's reputation and operations. Protecting critical infrastructure is a key focus of government entities and Shatter has led assessments and testing exercises to advise organisations as to the extent of their risks.

With the increased focus on cybersecurity, Shatter often presents to boards and executive management to brief them on the reality of the risks and current cyber threat trends to inform and empower them to tackle this growing and global organisation risk. Shatter comments and contributes to publications and is called on to speak at both community and association events on cybersecurity.

Cybercrime can mean many things to different people so Shatter will be discussing how different cybercrimes are impacting organisations and their stakeholders.

Cliff Lansley

CEO
EIA and Paul Ekman International

Cliff Lansley is Chair of the Emotional Intelligence Academy (EIA) Group, which owns Paul Ekman International plc (PEI). The EIA Group specialise in using reliable science in developing and delivering programmes in emotional awareness and deception. He has been featured as a behavioural analyst expert for ITV's documentary "Lying Game - Crimes that Fooled Britain" and also for the BBC. He has worked with police, security and other personnel from military, airport, intelligence and commercial sector organisations in more than 20 countries across all continents.

Manhim Yu, CFE, CAMS

Partner, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services
EY

Manhim Yu is a Partner with the Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services at EY with more than 16 years of experience in financial crime, banking fraud, corruption and bribery, money laundering investigations and fraud risk management. Yu has worked on numerous financial crime investigations in the financial services industry and has experience in retail, commercial and investment banking business across Asia. While with the Hong Kong ICAC, Yu was the Officer-in-Charge of a corruption and market rigging investigation into a Hong Kong listed company.  Subsequently, two company directors, one investment bank analyst and one hedge fund manager were convicted and sentenced on various counts of corruption charges. He has worked on many cross-jurisdiction FCPA investigations and conducted anti-fraud and ABAC framework assessments and training for global MNC clients. Yu speaks at industry conferences and provides topical training on financial crime compliance and ABAC for banks, insurance companies and asset management companies.

Daily Agenda

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Discover the skills, knowledge and connections you need to make your fight against fraud more effective. With four tracks of sessions, inspiring keynote speakers and dedicated networking opportunities, the 2016 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacific offers the anti-fraud resources you need in one event.

Start planning your conference experience today. Download the brochure (PDF) for a printable version of all the conference details, including agenda, session descriptions, pricing and hotel information.

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What Attendees Are Saying

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“I have come back to work and am already using some of the tools and technics that I leant from the conference.” — Bernard Taligatus
Air Niugini Ltd, Papau new Guinea

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“The event was well organised and catered for. I enjoy the keynote speaker presentations and the networking opportunities within the Asia region.” — Trevor Fairall
Macquarie

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“I found the ACFE Asia Pacific Fraud Conference relevant in terms of fraud prevention, detection and response content and an excellent opportunity to form networks with other anti-fraud/corruption professionals.” — Paul Humphries
Woodside Energy Ltd.

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2016 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacfiic