Richmond ACFE Chapter Meeting Lecture – 1/15 2013 – Understanding Money Laundering

BaldEagle2Every two weeks the Central Virginia Chapter of the Association  of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) presents a lecture on a topic related to the practice of fraud examination and/or forensic accounting.  These lectures are presented primarily for the benefit of Chapter members but are open to all with a general interest in improving the practice of auditing and fraud examination.

Members of the Central Virginia Chapter will have received an e-mail notifying them that the bi-weekly lecture is available at this site; the e-mail contains three questions which must be answered and returned for the award of one hour of continuing education credit.

If you are an audit professional or a student and would like to listen to these lectures as a Richmond Chapter member for continuing education credit, please visit our website at  and join our Chapter on-line by clicking on the first picture of a set of scales, registering as a site user and paying $15.00 annual dues.  We offer at least 20 hours of continuing education credit on fraud related topics for the one time annual fee.  You don’t have to be a resident of the Richmond area or even of Virginia to join… we have members all across North America.

This week’s lecture is fifty-five minutes in length, on the topic of Understanding Money Laundering.


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