The Oklahoma City Chapter of the ACFE meets regularly at 11:30 AM on the first Thursday of the month, except the months of June, July and August when the Chapter does not meet. Our meetings are held at Juniors Restaurant, located at 2601 NW Expressway. Please check the Chapter calendar each month as our meeting location may change for special events.
CFEs and CPAs earn one hour of approved continuing professional education credit (CPE) for each monthly meeting attended. The Chapter provides completion certificates and program material at meeting’s end.
To reserve your place at the meeting, please RSVP by paying in advance using the link on our website, or by sending an e-mail to RSPV at least one day before the meeting. If you do not RSVP in advance, the Chapter cannot guarantee being able to provide you with a meal.
Please come join us and see for yourself what the ACFE has to offer.
Meeting cost is payable to the Chapter Treasurer when placing your RSVP online, or when you arrive if you RSVP by email.
- Members – $20
- Non-members – $25
Junior’s is located on the first floor of the West Tower of the Oil Center Building. To access ground level parking, enter into the parking area gate that is about ½ block on N. Linn Avenue from NW Expressway. The first left turn into the building will be the loading dock and the next left turn will be a gate to an underground parking lot. Even though the sign says free parking on the upper level, this underground level is open between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. There is a sign for Junior’s located in the entry of the building so that you know you are at the west building entrance underground. When you enter the building on the lower level, Junior’s is first door to the right.
If you park on the upper level and enter from the upper parking lot, take the elevator down to the first floor and Juniors will be the first door to the left of the elevators.
Meeting Type: Joint Meeting of IIA and OKC ACFE
Date: January 9, 2020 (Thursday)
Time: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Location: Jazmo’z Bourbon Street Cafe in Bricktown, 100 E California Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104 (See parking below)
Credit: One Hour ACFE fraud CPE
Cost: $20 for chapter members and $25 for non-members
RSVP: By Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 at 12:00 P.M (noon). (To RSVP, click on the “Register” button below)
Please RSVP through the Register button whether you are paying online or by check or cash at the meeting.
If you have questions or need to cancel your reservation, please call Nancy McElyea at (405) 205-0869. If you cancel after the registration deadline, you may be charged for the cost of the meal.
(Parking at Bricktown Parking, 123 S. Oklahoma Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104 or Public Parking on Reno Avenue one block south and one block west of Jasmo’z)
Speaker: Chief Rick Wagnon, MSM, CFE, PIR Director, OID Anti-Fraud Unit
Topic: “Producer Fraud: Bad Actors in the Insurance Industry.”
This presentation will examine the role of the Oklahoma Insurance Department and the OID Anti-Fraud Unit and provide examples of recent cases involving embezzlement, exploitation, and other fraudulent acts by licensees.
Rick Wagnon began his professional law enforcement career in June of 1987 and holds several state certifications including Advanced Peace Officer, Advanced Instructor, Police Executive & Command Staff, and Emergency Public Information Officer. He also holds several federal certifications including Incident Command Systems, Intelligence Commander, and Intelligence Analyst. Rick is an alumnus of CLEET’s 57th Criminal Investigations Academy, the NICB Special Investigations Academy, and is also certified as a federal EEO Investigator. He has specialized skills and training in several unique areas including financial investigations, cyberthreats, and economic warfare. Rick earned his master’s degree in management with a focus on strategic planning and is a black belt martial artist. He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner and holds NAIC designation as a Professional in Insurance Regulation. His Unit is dedicated to the investigation of white-collar crimes with a nexus to the insurance industry.
The Oklahoma City Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners promotes an enhanced awareness of fraud prevention, detection and investigation techniques among its membership and within the business and law enforcement communities through our educational programs and seminars.
The Chapter provides members and attendees opportunities to earn continuing education credits required to maintain certifications, while encouraging networking among a diverse group of professionals in related fields.