Events

September 29 September 30

A panel discussion led by Arun Chauhan looking at whether misrepresentation and mislabeling are one and the same? Considering the legal landscape and discussion on gaining an understanding of business risks (intentional or unintentional) arising from mislabeling.

Organiser
New Food
Location
Twickenham Stadium, London
November 18

The Professional Negligence Lawyers Association annual conference 2020

Fraud and Professional Negligence

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.

Organiser
Professional Negligence Lawyers Association
Location
Webinar
July 9

The BIG Compliance Festival 2020

Leaders, Culture and Fraud

As we respond to the financial risk exposures following COVID-19, many commentators are envisaging a new wave of fraud. Is increased regulation the answer to the risks which became so apparent during the financial crash of 2008? This presentation looks at leadership, not through the lens of governance, but through the lens of how leaders create a culture that causes disenchantment amongst employees which itself can be critical in creating not a lone wolf, but a pack of wolves of internal fraud risk.

Organiser
The International Compliance Association
Location
Webinar
June 4

Webinar – The Risk of Fraud – Housing Associations

Fraud Risks For Housing Associations

The webinar will consider the issues associated with the risk of fraud to your organisation and how housing associations can help mitigate those risks effectively.

Organiser
AJG
Location
Webinar hosted by AJG/Gallagher Housing
December 3

The National Housing Federation Audit and Risk Committee annual conference

Cyber Resilience For Housing Associations

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.

Organiser
The National Housing Federation Audit and Risk Committee
Location
Webinar
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