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The ACFE Vancouver Chapter consists of over 100 individuals who come from various professions including: auditors, accountants, fraud investigators, loss prevention specialists, attorneys, educators, criminologists and police officers.

We encourage everyone to join the chapter, whether you are a CFE, considering becoming a CFE, or you are a member of an organization involved in fraud detection, prevention and investigation.

Learn how to become a CFE by clicking here for more information.

Come and share your expertise and interact with other anti-fraud professionals!

The Chapter provides reasonably priced training to help you maintain your CFE credentials and grow your anti-fraud acumen.

Chapter Membership Type:

 

  • CFE - A person who has achieved the status of Certified Fraud Examiner. A CFE is entitled to vote and to become a director and officer of the Chapter.
  • Group Member - A team of two or more persons ,who may or not be a CFE, that work for the same organization that is involved in Fraud prevention and that would like to save fees on the regular membership.
  • Non - CFE Member - A person who is a member of an organization engaged or involved in the business of fraud detection and/or deterrence.
  • Student Chapter Member - A person who is currently enrolled in a full time degree program at a university or college recognized by the board.

Chapter Membership Disclaimer

Please note that each chapter is organized and operated by volunteers and sets their own membership pricing which is separate from ACFE Austin membership dues.

In turn, ACFE Austin does not require members to join their local chapter, but they do highly encourage members to join the chapter as it provides reasonably priced training as well as networking opportunities with other anti-fraud professionals in the area.

Membership Approval Disclaimer

The Board of Directors has the right to refuse membership to any person with a criminal conviction, currently under criminal charge or being the subject of a Regulatory Proceeding. The Board also has the right to refuse membership to any person whose conduct has been improper, unbecoming, or is likely to impair the reputation or interest of the association. If their membership application is accepted, the chapter member must agree to abide by the Bylaws and Code of Professional Ethics of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.



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