This Forum is fully remote. 4 April 2023- 12:00 GMT
Fraud is an offence of dishonesty, like theft, but with a special feature: it is committed not by stealth or force but by one person in some way influencing the mind of another so as to persuade that other to do something to his own detriment and for the benefit of the fraudster.
To put it simply, fraud involves the use of a trick.
So just as we make physical barriers to prevent burglars, so we must make psychological barriers to prevent fraud.
If only it were that easy. it isn't.
Purchase before 1 March 2023 for only GBP20*.
Purchase 1 March - 31 March 2023 for GBP30*
1 March and onwards: Individual Tickets GBP60*
In-house seminar pack - five tickets, GBP250*
plus UK VAT where applicable
11:45 Platform opens for login
12:00 Welcome and introduction
12:30 Speaker 1
13:30 Sponsor's presentation (Sponsor 1)
14:00 Speaker 2
15:00 Sponsor's presentation (Sponsor 2)
15:30 Speaker 3
16:30 Wrap up and Thanks.
16:45 Platform closes.
We thank the following sponsors for their support
|Financial Crime Risk and Compliance Officers
Legislators, policy makers and regulators
C-Suite officers in commerce, trade and industry
Insurance Claims assessors
On-line marketing practitioners
Customer engagement specialists
Attending The Financial Crime Forum lets you earn Portable CPD* credits which, where recognised, may be used for your professional CPD. Note: even when Portable CPD* is not formally accepted, it may be accepted under the general "reading" or "attending lectures" classes that many professional bodies provide.
This event provides five hours credits.
This event provides 40 credits towards the Certificate in Financial Crime Risk and Compliance (cFCRC)
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