The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners kicked off its 24th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference with record attendance of over 2,600 people and the news that it will be expanding its corporate alliances and student chapters.

ACFE president and CEO James Ratley said the corporate alliance program, which launched in 2011, has already attracted a number of major international corporations, and others are in the process of signing up for the program, which helps corporations identify red flags that could be signs of fraud. “As the ACFE corporate alliance continues to develop, we believe it will lead to more opportunities for anti-fraud protections,” said Ratley in a speech Monday.

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