About The South African Chapter
The need to raise the standard of fraud examination in Southern Africa and for a Professional Body not limited to a specific profession such as accounting or law, resulted in the establishment of a local chapter in 1998 with the mission to provide a community environment in which local forensic examination practitioners can associate. This chapter is a collection of individuals from all industries and professions, all with a single goal in mind; the reduction of white-collar crime in South Africa.
While an official chapter of the International Association, it is important to note that membership of the local chapter is optional and separate from that of the Association. We have Interest Groups in different regions and neighbouring countries to increase service delivery to our members. These groups meet regularly to promote network and training opportunities in their regions.
Chapter participation gives you the opportunity to meet other anti-fraud professionals in your area who are facing the same challenges you are. Sharing insights, techniques and experience, in addition to promoting fraud awareness in your community, is invaluable to the global fight against fraud.