ACFE Hungary is the local chapter of ACFE, the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. With nearly 85,000 members, the ACFE is impacting business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession.
The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection and deterrence. CFEs around the world help protect the global economy by uncovering fraud and implementing processes to prevent fraud from occurring in the first place.
Our mission is to counteract fraud and white-collar crime both domestically and internationally, bringing world-class, best practices and knowledge to our fellow practitioners. As a chapter of the global community of Certified Fraud Examiners, we disseminate and campaign for public awareness, revealing trends that would otherwise cheat our fellow citizens.
Mr Gulyas is an experienced Compliance Manager with a history of practical, industry experience having worked in audit and accounting. Having worked on dozens of internal and external audits, fraud investigations and dispute resolution, he gained key experience with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and providing Assurance reporting.
Having trained with Ernst & Young, where he is now a consultant and leader in their regional Anti-Fraud practice, Mr Gulyas has amassed key qualifications aside from Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), namely in the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Information Systems Audit and Control Association, specifically with a focus as a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
With over 25 years university teaching experience serving at as an Assistant Professor at Milton Friedman University, Budapest., Budapest's University of Economic Sciences, and Budapest's University of Technology and Economics; and also, as a teacher training Chartered Accountants Budapest's Management School of Accounting. Dr. Jasku has amassed experience over decades mastering an understanding of business, accounting and auditing which gives him the context needed to detect and design solutions to thwart fraud. Having written articles and books on the subject, he has argued the merits and issues of standards with legislators and promoted efforts to combat corruption and fraud. Additional, he has over 8 years of experience as a Judicial Expert witness in accountancy and audit.
Dr. Jasku is a Certified Public Accountant, having apprenticed as an auditor with KPMG where he continued until 2009 when he became the Chief Financial Officer at CBA Ltd., and has been an associate Member of ACFE (since 2013).
Mr Pott has over 10 years of corporate fraud investigation experience gained working in the accounting industry. Among his many engagements, he has worked on over a dozen audits, fraud investigations, compliance reviews, fraud prevention efforts and resolving disputes. His industry experience spans Life Sciences, Telecommunication, Manufacturing and Financial Services and he has worked on several FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) compliance reviews at both a national (Hungary level) as well as across Europe. As an investigator and prevention consultant, he has delivered results in the US, Germany and the Middle-East.
Trained with Ernst & Young, Mr. Pott is a member of the Budapest based Anti-Fraud unit and is Certfied ACFE Member.
With over 35 years experience working for multi-nationals, start-ups and internationally, Mr Hofer has designed and re-engineered dozens of complex production and financial systems, implemented controls and defined compliance reporting for scores of companies in dozens of jurisdictions. He is an IT professional who has worked in every role of the software delivery lifecycle. As a business analyst, he is able to apply years of experience to investigate fraud and corruption; and has helped clients trace millions in assets leading to their recovery.
His software delivery skills, especially working with databases, has been instrumental in analyzing millions of records to catch anomalies as well as develop data vaults for deep, statistical analysis. With experience from having delivered trading and financial systems, he has been able to dissect several scams in order to recover funds.
Mr Hofer started with Coopers & Lybrand, New York in the early 1980s before being seconded to London where he later joined Pepsi-Cola International to lead their internal, European software development team. From there, he came to Hungary as a subject matter expert in Pepsi's worldwide pilot SAP implementation before becoming an independent consultant. Today, he works for CNS Risk, an investigative service supporting clients in Europe and FSU.
Gabor is an audit and accounting professional with over 13 years of BIG 4 and internal audit experience in an international corporate environment possessing solid knowledge of financial, operational (IFRS, SOX) and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) audits. Along with a rare drive to provide accurate and quality work, Gabor is dedicated to embrace challenges and continuous improvements.
To become a member of the ACFE Hungary one must firstly share our objectives, as laid down by the ACFE (that is the "Association") and as per the Association's bye-laws, be a paid up member with at least the status of Associate Member, or having qualified, then Certified Fraud Detection Expert.
Aligned with the ACFE, we have two categories of membership:
1. Certified fraud detection experts (CFE)
2. Associate members.
Applications to join are considered periodically, by the ACFE-Hungary Board (during their meeting) and must be made with evidence to show current ACFE membership.
To first join the ACFE, visit http://www.acfe.com/getting-started-categories. aspx.
To then join the Chapter, by email to email@example.com, submit :
The annual membership for members is free of charge, however, is only open to adults (and not companies).