28th to 30th April 2015 – Radisson Blu Hotel, Sydney
Fraud is becoming increasingly common in Australia and seems to be rising each year. According to Australian Securities and Investment Commission’s latest six-monthly enforcement report, the amount of white collar crime committed in financial services almost doubled in the second half of 2014.
Attend 2015’s 4th Annual Fraud Prevention & Detection Summit and hear from an array of fraud experts within the Australian government, energy and financial sectors.
Colin Neave, Ombudsman, Commonwealth Ombudsman
Todd Brown, Director, Passport Office, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Crispin Yuen, Head of Compliance ANZ, Ria Financial
Andrew Taylor, Regional Manager AVP & Asia Pacific Zone Practice Leader ChubbPro, Chubb Insurance
Gary Read, Director of Refund Fraud Risk Management, Australian Taxation Office
Wayne Howarth, Regional Fraud Manager APAC, Western Union
Brett James, National Coordinator Fraud and Anti-Corruption, Australian Federal Police
Anne Wooding-Giles, Assistant Registrar, NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, Department of Police & Justice
George Stogdale, Senior Executive, Corporations & Corporate Governance Enforcement, Australian Securities & Investments Commission
And many others…
Come along and take away strategies and insights for how to:
Improve your fraud prevention model to increase organisational defence systems
Create a resilient policy framework to boost corporate compliance
Develop a clear fraud risk approach to fit business objectives
Examine emerging fraud risks and technological difficulties
Bring an anti-fraud and corruption framework to life
IFW members can receive a 10% discount off any current price!
To lock in your exclusive discount, just contact us on 02 9247 6000 or [email protected] and reference VIP Code WFXI1.
IFW Global has a strong operations centre in the heart of Asia, which is the world’s largest hub for many types of cybercrime. We also have offices elsewhere around the globe in Europe, USA and Oceania.