14th annual fraud conference
Wednesday 13 November 2019
Well Met, Cloth Hall Court, Quebec Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 2HA
Key topics at this year’s conference include:
- Fraud: a law enforcement perspective
- Business banking fraud
- Counter fraud in the NHS
- Trading Standards – fighting fraud
We are delighted that Shari Vahl, of BBC Radio 4 will chair the conference, sharing insight gained from cases she has investigated for the programme You & Yours.
|09.15||Coffee & Registration|
|09.45||YHFF WELCOME & INTRODUCTION|
|09.50||CONFERENCE CHAIRPERSON’S WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION|
|10.10||TRADING STANDARDS: INVESTIGATING FRAUDS|
The role of Trading Standards in combating fraud including case study of Operation Gauntlet, a multiagency team specialising in protecting the elderly and vulnerable from all forms of frauds and scams.
Ruth Andrews, Head of Investigations & Safeguarding, North Yorkshire County Council
|10.45||BUSINESS BANKING FRAUD|
A look at current trends in business banking fraud. Including impersonation scams, fraudulent merchant/customer collusion and break out fraud.
Paul King, Senior Fraud Strategy Manager, Barclays Bank
|11.45||FRAUD: A LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSPECTIVE|
Detective Superintendent Alex Rothwell, City of London Police
|13.25||INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING|
A look at current types of fraud and money laundering in the region through the work of the North Yorkshire Economic Crime Unit, including underground banking or informal value transfer systems.
Detective Sergeant Jonathan Rowland, North Yorkshire Police
|14.05||NHS COUNTER FRAUD AUTHORITY: A RESPONSE TO MANDATE FRAUD|
An introduction to the role of the NHS counter fraud team, including a case study of an investigation into mandate fraud.
David Guy Hall, Fraud and Financial Investigation Lead, NHS Counter Fraud Authority
|15.00||OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE|
KPMG’s Corporate Intelligence team will use several real-life scenario-based case studies to explain how open source intelligence can be used to paint a fuller picture of an entity’s financial position, public reputation and and uncover potential political, fraud and other financial crime risks.
Amelie De Borchgrave & Helena Brooks, KPMG’s Corporate Intelligence
|15.40||Chairperson’s closing remarks|
|16.00||Close of conference|