13th annual fraud conference
Wednesday 14 November 2018
Well Met, Cloth Hall Court, Quebec Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 2HA
Key topics at this year’s conference include:
- Understanding Crypto currencies and their fraud risks
- Fraud: The current view from the Cabinet Office
- How the Insolvency Service investigates fraud within Limited Companies
Our conference chair is Shari Vahl, of BBC Radio 4, she will also lead a session focusing on a case study when the tables were turned on the fraudsters.
|09.15||Coffee & Registration|
|09.45||YHFF WELCOME & INTRODUCTION|
|09.50||CONFERENCE CHAIRPERSON’S WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION|
|10.10||INVESTIGATING LIMITED COMPANIES|
Insolvency Service: understanding the investigation and enforcement work of the Insolvency Service. They will highlight a real-life case study that demonstrates their work and how they interact effectively with other regulators and investigatory authorities.
David Usher, Company Investigations
|10.45||INSURANCE FRAUD – THE CHANGING FACE OF FRAUD, CURRENT AND FUTURE FRAUD THREATS|
Nigel Muttick, Technical Fraud Consultant RSA
|11.45||FRAUD: THE CURRENT STATE OF PLAY|
Mark Cheeseman, Deputy Director Public Sector Fraud
This talk will help you think like a social engineer and understand your own psychological vulnerabilities to give you an edge in detecting, preventing and recovering from a social engineering attack.
|14.05||PROTECTING THE CLIENTS|
Shari Vahl will interview Neil Liversidge – IFA on his personal account of foiling a fraudster.
Neil Liversidge, West Riding Personal Financial Solutions Ltd
John Townsend – A view from an investigator
|15.40||Chairperson’s closing remarks|
|16.00||Close of conference|