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JOIN US FOR THE 2019 ACFE FRAUD CONFERENCE CANADA

OCTOBER 20-23 | MONTREAL


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Montreal

Montreal City View

Known as the cultural capital of Canada, Montreal is home to a diverse cross-section of cultures and familiar influences of Europe and North America. The Quartier international (Montreal's International District) showcases modern design, art and architecture at the heart of downtown.

Montreal City View

Known as the cultural capital of Canada, Montreal is home to a diverse cross-section of cultures and familiar influences of Europe and North America. The Quartier international (Montreal's International District) showcases modern design, art and architecture at the heart of downtown.

Montreal Bridge

Montreal is known for its avant-garde character, free-spirited atmosphere and welcoming warmth to visitors. Additionally, there's no shortage of stunning scenery, flavorful food or exciting nightlife in Montreal.

Montreal Bridge

Montreal is known for its avant-garde character, free-spirited atmosphere and welcoming warmth to visitors. Additionally, there's no shortage of stunning scenery, flavorful food or exciting nightlife in Montreal.

Montreal Convention Center

The conference will take place at the Montreal Convention Center, located in the heart of the city, and just minutes from the excitement. A special hotel room rate is available for our attendees at InterContinental Montreal, conveniently located across the street.

Montreal Convention Center

The conference will take place at the Montreal Convention Center, located in the heart of the city, and just minutes from the excitement. A special hotel room rate is available for our attendees at InterContinental Montreal, conveniently located across the street.

Venue

Venue
Montreal Convention Centre

1001 Jean Paul Riopelle Place
Montreal, QC H2Z 1H5

Hotel
InterContinental Montreal

360 Saint-Antoine West
Montreal, QC H2Y 3X4
877/660-8550 or 514/987-9900

Room Rate: CAD 249 single, double
Hotel Cut-Off: September 19, 2019
Reserve Your Room Now

Speakers

Mark Bowden

Body Language Expert
Author of Globe and Mail bestseller Truth & Lies: What People are Really Thinking

Mark Bowden is a body language expert and author of the Globe and Mail Canadian bestseller Truth & Lies: What People are Really Thinking. Inspiring, energetic, engaging and entertaining, Bowden’s memorable talks and training programs not only educate but have proven life-changing for audiences and clients.

A go-to commentator for world media on the body language of leading politicians and public figures, Bowden appears regularly on news and talk shows for CNN, CTV, CBC, Global and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and GQ Magazine.

Henry Tso, CPA, CGA, CFF

Director, Investigative and Forensic Services, MNP

Henry Tso is a Director in MNP’s Vancouver office where he is a senior member of MNP’s Investigative and Forensic Services team in British Columbia. Tso focuses on the investigation of issues related to money laundering, fraud, corruption and conflict of interest, and the resolution of financial disputes. He also provides clients with compliance and risk management services in the area of anti-money laundering, anti-corruption and fraud prevention.

Tso has more than 25 years of experience in money laundering and financial crime investigations. Prior to joining MNP, he was the vice president of investigative services at the Insurance Bureau of Canada and retired as a superintendent and officer in charge with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, where he led and managed complex financial investigations for the Province of Ontario and British Columbia. He is recognized by the courts, the media and his peers as an expert in financial crime investigations and money laundering.

Ray Boisvert

Associate Partner, Security, IBM Canada

Ray Boisvert has a deep background in national security, as well as his varied experiences in consulting within the realm of corporate risk. At the outset of his career, and after five years in federal policing with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Boisvert joined the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in 1984 and retired in 2012 as the assistant director. During his tenure, Boisvert was involved in all aspects of security intelligence operations, such as the leadership of the intelligence assessment directorate, counter-terrorism, as well as driving national security priorities of operational risk, data exploitation and covert operations.

Daily Agenda

What Attendees Are Saying

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“It was great being able to sit among CFE colleagues that I met for the first time and able to discuss some of the topics that we attended the previous day and realize how much we learned just from listening to the speakers.” — Joan Chambers, CFE
Investigator, Ontario Securities Commission

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“As a newly qualified CFE, this was an excellent immersion in the field of fraud and corruption.” — Herminia Bastos, CFE, CPA, CISA
Managing Director, Bastos Consulting Group

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“I have attended the ACFE conferences for the last four years and have never been disappointed. The topics covered are in line with the ever changing landscape of fraud, whether you work in the private or public sector.” — Chantal Dunn, CFE, CFI
Investigator, Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development Canada

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2018 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada