Future of Fraud // Future for Fraud
This seminar will provide an overview of some of the issues currently affecting business and people not just in the North East region but also country wide. We will also look at the work that is been done to prevent business and people becoming victims of fraud and cyber crime.
|09:00||09:30||Registration with coffee/tea & light refreshments|
|09:30||Introduction and welcome from the Chair||Alan Brown|
|09:30||10:30||· As forensic accountants, we recognise that businesses regardless of size or sector are susceptible to fraud. Our recent case studies highlight the risks faced by businesses from insider fraud, and show how in the majority of cases, the crime and subsequent losses were preventable. |
· We will talk about the behavioural red flags and warning signs which may indicate an employee may be engaged in fraudulent activity.
· We will also discuss the practical measures to be taken in order to make systems and controls more robust, to ensure the opportunity for fraud is eliminated to prevent losses to businesses.
|Maria McKenna – Tait Walker|
|10:45||11:25||Insider Fraud Case Studies||Andy King – DS Cleveland Police|
|11:25||12:10||A presentation about how to handle a fraud from an employment perspective, to try and avoid counter claims being issued against a company for wrongful dismissal by the fraudster.||Paul Clark - Jacksons Law|