UAE to host the 2024 ACFE Fraud Conference Middle East

UAE to host the 2024 ACFE Fraud Conference Middle East

Feb 23, 2024

Discussions will cover practices to fight fraud, explore emerging trends, hear from inspiring speakers, and provide opportunities to network with global experts.

Abu Dhabi, UAE, 23  February 2024: The United Arab Emirates proudly hosts the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Fraud Conference Middle East 2024. Organized by the UAE Accountability Authority (UAEAA), this prestigious event will take place on 26th and 27th February at the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Hotel in Abu Dhabi.

The conference is set to attract local and international experts and decision makers in the field of integrity engaging them in profound discussions on strategic trends and cooperation mechanisms. The aim is to devise meaningful and impactful contributions that align with current legislation.

His Excellency Mohamed Rashed Al Zaabi, Undersecretary of UAE Accountability Authority stated: “The United Arab Emirates stands at the forefront among nations leading the efforts in promoting the principles of integrity and transparency. The UAE’s hosting of this important conference is a testament to its intensive endeavours to enhance the country’s competitiveness in these areas, buoyed by ongoing developments at regional and international levels. This event exemplifies our unwavering commitment to enhancing awareness, facilitating the exchange of knowledge, and sharing modern experiences across various sectors.”

He further added, “In light of global advancements, particularly in artificial intelligence, the proliferation of digital platforms, and cloud computing, there is a pressing need to bolster international collaboration towards finding unified solutions.”

Over the span of two days, the conference will delve into the ethical foundations of fraud risk management, the application of artificial intelligence in the investigation and detection of fraud, and the sharing of experiences and common challenges of fraud risks in institutions. Additionally, it will examine the implementation of fraud risk management guidelines for 2023, strategies to revolutionize transaction monitoring processes to improve integrity, the interplay between sustainability and integrity in the wake of COP28 outcomes, and specialized topics such as the risks of money laundering.

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