Wed Dec 12 GMT (almost 3 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Wed Dec 12 3:00am - Wed Dec 12 12:00pm
etc.venues County Hall
Riverside Building, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7PB, UK
This half day conference is taking place within the Economic Crime Congress and will offer delegates access to all the content of the congress, including streams dedicated to Fraud Prevention, Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Sanctions.
This year's conference will provide a wider view of mortgage fraud and the preventative measures the industry should and is taking. Mortgage fraud can be potentially devastating for customers and extremely costly for lenders, and as fraudsters become evermore sophisticated, we will look at the available tools and developing new strategies to aiding prevention.
The Economic Crime Congress is a multi-stream, one-day event bringing together top international and UK experts
and practitioners to discuss the key economic crime topics of 2018.
From Brexit to major regulatory reforms, the Congress will deliver timely updates on incoming developments on legislation, regulation and services.
The Congress, which evolved from our hugely popular annual Financial Crimes and Sanctions conference, will feature additional on-site seminars and exhibitions, with private networking available to delegates throughout the day.
Lynne Owens CBE
National Crime Agency - Director General
Chairman - UK Finance
Head of Financial Crime Compliance - HSBC UK
Chief Financial Crime Officer - RBS
Senior Adviser - Joint Anti-Corruption Unit
Partner - Freshfields
Head of Advocacy - Transparency International UK
Executive Secretary - FATF
Dr Erica Moret
Senior Researcher - Centre for Global Governance
Head of AML & Sanctions UK - AIB Group
Head of External Affairs - Which?
Head of Financial Crime Compliance - FCA
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