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Face to Face and Virtual Tickets Available

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Wednesday 30 March 2022 | Royal College of Physicians 

The Fraud Conference
Keeping one step ahead

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Face to Face and Virtual Event
 

About

The Fraud Advisory Panel, INSOL Europe and R3 are proud to host their first joint Fraud Conference on the 2 & 3 February 2021, which will provide a counter-fraud toolkit for practitioners to help them prepare for the new world.

This conference will bring together world-class speakers including policy makers, insolvency experts, fraud specialists and renowned academics, who will deliver unique insights into hot topics related to global financial crime including tackling rogue companies, cryptocurrency fraud, digital forensics, how to make fraudsters pay and much more!

The Organisers

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Fraud Advisory Panel is the voice of the counter-fraud profession, committed to tackling fraud and financial crime. It champions best practice in fraud prevention, detection, reporting, investigation and prosecution.

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INSOL Europe is the leading European organisation of professionals who specialise in insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery. Its Anti-Fraud Forum working group was established in 2012 with the aim of promoting the use of insolvency processes to assist with the tracing and recovery of assets.

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R3 is the trade association for the entire community of the UK's insolvency and restructuring professionals, whatever the size of their practice, their experience or their specialism. 

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About

The Fraud Advisory Panel, INSOL Europe and R3 are proud to host their first joint Fraud Conference on the 2 & 3 February 2021, which will provide a counter-fraud toolkit for practitioners to help them prepare for the new world.

This conference will bring together world-class speakers including policy makers, insolvency experts, fraud specialists and renowned academics, who will deliver unique insights into hot topics related to global financial crime including tackling rogue companies, cryptocurrency fraud, digital forensics, how to make fraudsters pay and much more!

The Organisers

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Fraud Advisory Panel is the voice of the counter-fraud profession, committed to tackling fraud and financial crime. It champions best practice in fraud prevention, detection, reporting, investigation and prosecution.

INSOL Europe Logo Master White.png

INSOL Europe is the leading European organisation of professionals who specialise in insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery. Its Anti-Fraud Forum working group was established in 2012 with the aim of promoting the use of insolvency processes to assist with the tracing and recovery of assets.

R3 full logo white.png

R3 is the trade association for the entire community of the UK's insolvency and restructuring professionals, whatever the size of their practice, their experience or their specialism. 

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Following the success of last year's inaugural Fraud Conference, the Fraud Advisory Panel, INSOL Europe and R3 are back with The Fraud Conference 2022 on Wednesday 30 March at the Royal College of Physicians, London - with the option to attend Face to Face or virtually.

This conference brings together world-class speakers including law makers, insolvency experts, counter fraud specialists and renowned academics, who will deliver unique insights into hot topics related to tackling global economic crime including company fraud, corporate culture and behaviour, understanding deception, chasing assets, and how to put victims first and make fraudsters pay! 

 

If you're wondering whether The Fraud Conference is right for you, ensure you check out Who Should Attend as well as our Reasons Why You Should Attend.

The Organisers

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Fraud Advisory Panel is the voice of the counter-fraud profession, committed to tackling fraud and financial crime. It champions best practice in fraud prevention, detection and response to enable everyone to strengthen their resilience.

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INSOL Europe Logo Master All White.png

INSOL Europe is the leading European organisation of professionals who specialise in insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery. Its Anti-Fraud Forum was established in 2012 with the aim of promoting the use of insolvency processes to assist with the tracing and recovery of assets.

  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
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R3 is the trade association for the entire community of the UK's insolvency and restructuring professionals, whatever the size of their practice, their experience or their specialism. 

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  • Twitter
TICKETS CLOSED

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Asset Recovery

Technology

Law & Order

Victim Support

Culture & Behaviour

Explore the latest techniques in tracing and recovering crypto assets.

Hear about the latest developments in technology and their potential use in fighting crime.

Equip yourself with the tools to effectively tackle rogue companies and fraudsters.

Share best practice in supporting and protecting victims.

Hear about the importance of culture and behaviour on counter fraud work.

 

PROGRAMME

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8:30  - 9:15

Registration, networking and exhibition

9:15 - 9:30

Welcome and introduction

Sir David Green CB QC, Chair, Fraud Advisory Panel

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9:30 - 10:00

Putting victims first

Dame Vera Baird QC, Victims’ Commissioner for England and Wales 

 

It is widely recognised that many fraud victims fall through the support net. Many will be highly vulnerable and seriously harmed by their experience. This session will explore how professionals can better understand the characteristics and support needs of fraud victims to protect them from further victimisation.

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10:00 - 10:45

Harnessing technology to fight fraud

Spencer John, Associate Partner, Forensic & Integrity Services Practice, EY

This session will take a forward look at current and emerging innovations in technology and how these can be used for good.

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10:45 - 11:15

Refreshments, networking and exhibition

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11:15 - 12:15

Distorted reality: The (ab)use of language by fraudsters

Dr Elisabeth Carter, Criminologist and forensic linguist, Kingston University

Alan Bryce, Campaign Manager, Fraud Advisory Panel (chair)

This session will explore some of the ways in which fraudsters use language to commit crime and seek to dispel some of the negative narratives surrounding victimisation. It will provide some practical insights for professionals who come into contact with victims in the course of their work.  

12:15 - 13:00

Chasing ghosts: taking pre-emptive action to prevent company fraud

Dr Alan Kabki, Senior Researcher and Lecturer Safety and Security Studies, Saxion University of Applied Sciences (the Netherlands)

Daniel Lewis, Barrister, Wilberforce Chambers

Frances Coulson, Partner, Wedlake Bell LLP (Chair) 

 

This session will examine some of the legislative barriers to preventing fraud by companies and the pre-emptive steps some countries are taking to stop shelf companies from being used as vehicles for fraud.

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11:15 - 12:15

Protecting the rights of the accused

Willem van Nielen, Partner, Recoup Advocaten

Barry Stancombe, Barrister, 33 Chancery Lane

Bart Heynickx, Counsel, ALTIUS (Chair)

This session will examine some of the tensions which exist between protecting the rights of the accused against self-incrimination and the law, and the practical challenges this creates for fraud and insolvency practitioners.

12:15 - 13:00

Chasing assets: recovering funds in crypto frauds

 

Dani Haston, Head of Global Asset Management, Chainalysis

 

Michael Gubbins, Detective Chief Superintendent

Chief Bureau Officer, Criminal Assets Bureau

Carmel King, Director, Grant Thornton UK LLP (Chair)

 

This session will explore how criminals use cryptocurrencies to hide their illegal activities and the latest tools and techniques available to take action and recover assets.

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13:00 - 14:30

Lunch, networking and exhibition

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14:30 - 15:00

Businesses behaving badly

Dame Margaret Hodge MP, Chair, APPG on Anti-Corruption and Responsible Tax

This session will examine whether big businesses are doing enough to prevent fraud, money laundering and tax evasion and how to restore trust and integrity within business and society.

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15:00 - 16:15

When justice goes wrong: lessons from the UK post office scandal

James Hartley, National Head of Dispute Resolution, Freeths LLP solicitors

Kay Linnell, Partner, Kay Linnell & Co Chartered Accountants

Ron Warmington, Director, Second Sight Investigations Ltd  

The Right Honourable Sir Anthony Hooper

Associate Member, Matrix Chambers (Chair)

For more than 15 years a flaw in the computer system used in UK Post Offices led to the prosecution and conviction of hundreds of sub-postmasters for alleged theft, false accounting, and fraud. This session will examine how justice can go wrong, the devastating impact it can have on those accused, and the lessons that can be learnt from this case.

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16:15 - 16:45

Stories from the bench

Her Honour Judge Deborah Taylor, Resident Judge, Southwark Crown Court; Hon Recorder of Westminster

Hear some memorable cases from the bench and personal views on what makes a good expert witness.

16:45 - 17:00

Chairman’s closing remarks

Sir David Green CB QC, Chair, Fraud Advisory Panel

17:00 - 18:00

Drinks reception and networking

18:00

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OVER 51/2 ESSENTIAL CPD HOURS
OVER 9
LIVE AND ON DEMAND SESSIONS, PACKED WITH CONTENT
OVER 20 EXPERT AND HIGHLY RENOWNED SPEAKERS
 
Speakers
 
Sponsors
Main Sponsor
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Technical Breakout Session Sponsor
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Drinks Reception Sponsor
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Lunch Sponsor
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Exhibitor Partners
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If you'd like to become a Sponsor for the Fraud Conference, we have a number of lucrative sponsorship opportunities available and we'd love to have you on board for our hybrid conference.

 
Pricing
BOOKING NOW CLOSED

Member

Non-Member

New Professional*
Member

 Charity/ Academic/
Public Sector Ticket*

£345+VAT

£150+VAT

 £425+VAT

£200+VAT

To qualify, you must be a Member of either R3, INSOL Europe or Fraud Advisory Panel.

 This pricing applies if you are not a member of either R3, INSOL Europe or Fraud Advisory Panel.

*To be eligible for this ticket you must be a member of the Fraud Advisory Panel Future Fraud Professionals Network, an INSOL Europe Young Professional Member or R3 New Professional Member.

 This pricing applies if you are
a registered charity,academic or in the public sector.

 

 
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