Fraud prevention service Cifas has announced its conference line up for this year’s annual conference.
Senior figures from leading fraud prevention organisations across the globe will come together in London to discuss international approaches to tackling fraud and financial crime. CEOs from South Africa, the US, Australia and the Netherlands will come together on stage at the Cifas Annual Conference on 19 June in central London to find common ground and share knowledge and expertise.
Eva Velasquez, CEO and President of the Identity Theft Resource Center in the US joins Fleur van Eck, CEO of Fraudehelpdesk (Netherlands); Garth de Klerk, CEO of the South African Insurance Crime Bureau, and David Pegley, CEO of the Australian Financial Crimes Exchange.
Working on the premise that, in our globalised world, fraud knows no borders so neither should lessons in fraud prevention, the expert panel will share their experiences with an audience of over 200 professionals from across the public and private sectors who are working in, or concerned with, fraud and financial crime.
They join other distinguished speakers including Alison Levitt QC, who will talk about the challenges of prosecuting fraud and financial crime; Nigel Iyer, partner at Hibis and fraud speaker and author who will deliver an interactive presentation on how to become a fraud detective – whatever your role; and Professor Martin Gill, who will explore the psychology of the internal fraudster. And many more.
The Cifas Annual Conference takes place on 19 June at 30 Euston Square, home of the Royal College of General Practitioners in central London. Cifas are the UK leaders in fraud prevention with over 450 member organisations who share data to prevent, deter and detect fraud and financial crime. The Conference is now in its tenth year.