In 1982, a group of investigators working for different financial institutions began meeting monthly to discuss the mutual problem of detecting and preventing frauds against their respective institutions.
On January 11, 1984, the Association of Financial Crimes Investigators incorporated and expanded its membership to include individuals representing not only financial institutions but also retail establishments, bank card and credit card companies, check cashing companies, currency exchanges and Federal, State and local law enforcement authorities.
While the Association of Financial Crimes Investigators has grown, our goal continues to focus on the awareness of the existence and socio-economic impact of fraud. Through the organization’s effort to formulate and disseminate ideas and information within its membership, it continues to act against individuals and organizations perpetrating fraud.
See the Contact Page for a current list of Officers and Board Members.