The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) UK Chapter will be holding their 4th Annual Fraud Conference in London on October 1st.
The theme for this hugely popular event will be “The future of fighting fraud.”
You will hear from a diverse range of speakers, from the Financial Services, Law Enforcement, Academia, Litigators, Prosecutors and industry experts; delegates will enjoy a varied and relevant agenda.
Commander Stephen Head, City of London Police, will commence proceedings by speaking on “Law Enforcements response to Organised Crime”.
The keynote speakers, Alison Levitt QC and Sir Keir Starmer KCB QC – a former DPP and Head of CPS – need little introduction, both having enjoyed high profile roles within our criminal justice system in recent years. Their topic will be “Dual responsibility for corporate criminal enforcement: the new reality?” Here they will be exploring the extent to which lawmakers in the UK and US have adopted a model of dual responsibility for enforcing the criminal law, under which corporate bodies are tasked with prevention, investigation and reporting duties.
Carisbrooke Hall, Victory Services Club
63-79 Seymour Street, London W2 2HF
Agenda – Wednesday, 1 October, 2014
- Welcome and opening. President of UK Chapter, Jim Oakes.
- Law enforcement’s response to organised crime. Stephen Head, Crime Commander City of London Police.
- The future of Fraud an Academic perspective. Professor Michael Levi, Cardiff University NCA Strategy to combat Cyber Crime. Steve Frodsham, Head of the National Crime Agency’s Central Intelligence Hub.
- Banks innovation towards Fraud Reduction. Greg Regan, Director of Group Fraud Risk Barclays Bank.
- In the future will mobile payments replace card payments? Mark Johnson, Founder of The Risk Management Group TRMG.
- Tom Burton, Director Cyber Team KPMG. Tom will explore how, by integrating cyber security into the counter fraud plan, we will be able to avoid handing all of the advantage to the malicious.
- Technology Fraud and Future. Dr. Stephen Hill, Director Data & Absolute Partnership Intelligence.
- Dual responsibility for corporate criminal enforcement: the new reality? Alison Levitt QC and Sir Keir Starmer KCB, QC – Mishcon de Reya. Keir Starmer (former Director of Public Prosecutions and Head of the Crown Prosecution Service 2008-2013) and Alison Levitt will explore the extent to which lawmakers in the UK and US have now adopted a model of dual responsibility for enforcing the criminal law under which corporate bodies are tasked with prevention, investigation and reporting duties.
For further details see: http://kycmap.com/ACFE_UKChapter_AnnualFraudConferenceBrochure_2014.pdf
Booking Details at: http://www.acfeuk.co.uk/