The Liberian Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) yesterday commenced a five-day seminar for all its members and associate members, internal and external auditors as well as law enforcement institutions.
Among other participants attending the training are bank representatives and business staff, security operatives, accountants, lawyers, detectives and private investigators.
A statement issued by the Association’s Secretary-General, Jallah B. Kollie and the president, Farquema A. Cole, indicates that the training will last until Friday, April 24.
The Liberia Chapter (Chapter #29), has a membership of at least 200 professional CFEs and is a member of a global body, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFEs), which is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education, with headquarters in the United States.
It is also an association of anti-fraud and accounting professionals committed to performing at the highest levels of ethical conduct, specializing in the audit of public and private institutions in financial transactions and fraud schemes.
Other areas of specialization are laws related to fraud, investigative techniques, and fraud prevention and deterrence.
Meanwhile, members of the association have pledged to act with integrity and to perform their work in a more professional manner.