Having lived and breathed employee fraud investigations for housing associations, in this session specialist fraud and financial crime solicitor, Arun Chauhan, will examine why employees do not follow the rules and provide an overview of key considerations and tips for running an internal fraud investigation.
Earlier this year, we published a special report on the ever-changing landscape of fraud. We are delighted to expand on this report, by broadcasting a live virtual round table event. In this session, our panellists will examine the current fraud landscape, and discuss how collaboration between the financial services, government and public sectors can tackle the evolving tactics used by fraudsters.
Ever wondered who might be behind those dodgy-looking texts trying to get you to part with your money? Panorama is on the trail of a new generation of fraudsters. Reporter Kafui Okpattah speaks to victims and investigates how cyber scammers use social media to promote fraud. Once hidden in the shadows of the dark web, they have moved into the open online. They are in plain sight, so why are the government and big tech companies failing to stop them?
Money Laundering – an overview in practice (Ireland)
A seminar providing an overview of the money laundering rules for regulated and non-regulated businesses, exploring current sector risks and changes to legislation on the horizon with particular focus on the Irish regime.
A seminar providing an overview of the money laundering rules for regulated and non-regulated businesses, exploring current sector risks and changes to legislation on the horizon.
A talk exploring the risks created for credit and lending providers caused by the pandemic. The focus is on why fraud has increased and expanded those risks.
What is the point of governance if your people do not follow the rules? We need better engagement and less of the tick box exercises, then we may see a change and we can understand why your people do not follow the rules. A discussion of why rules are being broken by employees.
A panel discussion considering the difference between misrepresentation and mislabelling, understanding the risks of mislabelling and bridging the gap between what is legal and what consumers want.
The National Housing Federation Audit and Risk Committee annual conference
A review of the increased risks of cybercrime caused by Covid-19, considering the specific impacts on housing associations. The talk will look at some best practice ideas for housing associations to implement for their risk processes.
The Professional Negligence Lawyers Association annual conference 2020
A session looking at evolving themes of negligence claims arising out of fraud, for example losses from cybercrime in the conveyancing process and whether solicitors can be held liable.