SOAEP Students and Alumni,
Reserve your seat for the Forensic Accounting and the Bank Secrecy Act Conference co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Inspector General and Florida Atlantic University, Center for Forensic Accounting.
The conference will focus on the Bank Secrecy Act as it relates to forensic accounting and the importance of the forensic financial and law enforcement communities working together to combat fraud and conduct anti-money laundering activities. Speakers will include members from components of the U.S. Department of the Treasury and private sector forensic accountants culminating in case studies of high profile cases.
Please see the following link to review the conference agenda and additional registration information:
* Advanced-level conference designed for forensic accounting practitioners who already have extensive professional experience in the profession (at least five years).
The Registration fee is $150.00, ($200.00 after January 30, 2017).
Attendees receive 585 minutes (11 hours based on 50 minutes per continuing education hour) for continuing education/ training for attending the full conference. Florida Atlantic University will issue a certificate of attendance. ACAMS training approval for the conference is pending.
No refunds can be given after January 30, 2017, substitutions are allowed. Each attendee must complete a registration form. Registration is not complete until the form and registration fee is received.
For questions about the conference please contact either:
- Dr. Michael Crain, Florida Atlantic University, Center for Forensic Accounting, 954-236-1066 – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Special Agent Chris Hersey, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Inspector General, 202-322-9472 – email@example.com