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Upcoming events

    • 10 Oct 2019
    • 17:30 - 21:00
    • UK Finance, 1 Angel Court, London EC2R 7HJ
    • 25
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    Stop, Challenge, Protect: the Authorised Push Payment scams debate kindly hosted by UK Finance

    Authorised Push Payment (APP) scams – where victims are duped into transferring money into the fraudster’s account – cost the UK nearly £355m last year.  This is a growing issue, especially as customers are not protected legally in the same way as they are with unauthorised fraud (where someone steals money without your knowledge or permission).  At the end of May, a new voluntary code went live which sets out increased consumer protection standards to help reduce the occurrence of APP scams. Any customer whose bank is signed up to the Code will be fully reimbursed if they fall victim to an APP scam, provided they did everything expected of them under the Code.  So far so good – but some questions are still to be answered:

    • What more can be done to tackle this type of scam?
    • Should companies whose data breaches or other practices help drive this type of crime be called to account?
    • Is law enforcement response effective?

    Hear our expert panel discuss these and other issues.  It promises to be a lively debate!

    Timings:
    17:30hrs to 18:30hrs - Registration and Networking
    18:30hrs to 19:30hrs - Panel Debate and Q&A
    1930hrs to 21:00hrs - Networking Reception

    Expert Panel:

    Commander Karen Baxter, City of London Police - Commander Karen Baxter joined the City of London Police Economic Crime Directorate in July 2018 transferring from The Police Service of Northern Ireland. As the Head of Economic Crime she oversees investigations including Complex Fraud, Money Laundering, Overseas Anti-Corruption, Intellectual Property and the Economic Crime Academy.  Commander Baxter is the National Co-Ordinator for Fraud and Economic Crime, working with forces across the UK to improve the policing response to Fraud. Prior to joining CoLP, Commander Baxter started her career in the Royal Ulster Constabulary, she has been responsible for the investigation of Serious and Organised crime, Homicide, Public Protection and Terrorism investigations. Commander Baxter has a degree in Social Policy and holds a (Mst) with the University of Cambridge.

    Paul Davis, Lloyds Banking GroupPaul is the Fraud and Financial Crime Director for Lloyds Banking Group’s (LBG) retail banking business. His responsibilities cover fraud, money laundering, anti-bribery and sanctions compliance across Lloyds, Halifax, Bank of Scotland, MBNA, Black Horse, Lex, Birmingham Midshires and Intelligent Finance brands. He has recently led the introduction of the new voluntary code for Push Payment Scams within LBG. He has worked at LBG for 12 years with previous roles in Internal Audit and Wealth Management.

    Alastair Reed, Senior Policy Adviser - Money - Which?Alastair specialises in financial services, working across savings, credit, insurance and payments. Before joining Which? Alastair held policy roles with a professional body, a think tank and in the UK parliament. He has a master's degree in public policy and an ICAEW Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business.

    Sarah Sinden, Manager Economic Crime - Customer Education Strategy - Sarah Sinden is an experienced Economic Crime professional, having worked in various roles to combat fraud for nearly 20 years.  Sarah currently leads the industry fraud prevention education and awareness activities at UK Finance.  She was instrumental in the development and launch of the Take Five to Stop Fraud awareness and behaviour change campaign as well as Don’t be Fooled – the money mules campaign, both of which were – and continue to be - aired on national television, radio, and featured high profile press campaigns. Sarah has an in depth knowledge of payment fraud prevention and risk management and is responsible for planning and management of the Economic Crime education and awareness strategy. She facilitates relationships with key stakeholders such as UK Finance’s Members, card schemes, law enforcement agencies, government, trade associations and retailers. Sarah began her career in the legal sector moving on from there to credit control and underwriting before her current role. Sarah is also a member of the Fraud Women’s Network Steering Committee.

    Toni Sless, Fraud Risk Management Consultant and Chair & Founder of the Fraud Women's Network - Toni is a Fraud Risk Management Consultant who provides strategic and advisory services to FTSE 100 organisations relating to all aspects of fraud prevention and fraud risk management.  Toni is also the founder and Chairwoman of the Fraud Women’s Network, which celebrated its 12th Anniversary in 2019 and was listed as one of the Awesome 100 Networks and shortlisted as Inter-Sector Network of the Year by Inclusive Networks.  Toni also sits on the Editorial Board of the Public Sector Counter Fraud Journal providing guidance and oversight to the Cabinet Office’s Centre of Expertise for Counter Fraud. In her spare time, Toni mentors many women in various disciplines including cyber security and fraud prevention and continues to drive the Fraud Women’s Network to support women working in the arena.

    • 21 Nov 2019
    • 18:00 - 22:00
    • Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Johnson Room, 145 Fleet Street, EC4A 2BU
    • 41
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    Bingo like you've not seen before!

    Registration open, venue and further details will be available soon.

    We'll also be holding a raffle in aid of The Eve Appeal, our affiliated charity.

    Book early to avoid disappointment.

Past events

10 Sep 2019 Congratulations! You’re a winner! The murky world of prize scams.
03 Jul 2019 FWN Annual Summer Networking Drinks
11 Apr 2019 FWN Annual Event: Fraud Affecting the Vulnerable
21 Mar 2019 Prime Suspects: How can we protect IP on global shopping platforms:
14 Nov 2018 #Iamremarkable Workshop with Award Winning Coach Jenny Garrett
04 Oct 2018 Money Mules: "Mule cruelty - harming society"
11 Jul 2018 FWN Annual Summer Networking Drinks
06 Jun 2018 Finding and Investigating Digital Footprints with Open Source Intelligence
24 Apr 2018 FWN Annual Event: Fad, Fraud or Future? De-bunking the myth of Cryptocurrencies
20 Mar 2018 FWN & Fox Williams Debate the Gender Pay Gap
25 Jan 2018 FWN Quiz Night
29 Nov 2017 FWN and FRA Speed Mentoring Evening
21 Sep 2017 FWN Mentoring Dinner
06 Jul 2017 Annual FWN Summer Networking Drinks
25 May 2017 Better Together: the power of collaboration in fighting Payment Fraud
04 Apr 2017 Fraud Women's Network 10 Year Anniversary and Annual Event
21 Feb 2017 The Dark Arts: the unlawful trade in art, antiquities and cultural property
06 Dec 2016 Charity Fraud
02 Nov 2016 Follow the Money
29 Sep 2016 FWN Quiz Night
14 Jul 2016 Annual FWN Summer Networking Drinks
08 Jun 2016 Data Breaches: The internal perspective and dealing with the aftermath
13 Apr 2016 FWN 10th Annual Event: Fraud and Counter Terrorism
28 Jan 2016 FWN Mentoring Dinner
12 Nov 2015 At What Cost?: Joint FWN Event with DLA Piper
20 Oct 2015 Island Getaway: demystifying offshore fraud investigations
17 Sep 2015 Airing the Dirty Laundry - Money Launderers’ Secrets Exposed
16 Jul 2015 FWN Summer Networking Drinks, Thursday 16 July 2015
02 Jul 2015 Rogue Traders
21 May 2015 Mentoring Dinner
28 Apr 2015 FWN Annual Event - Are You the Weakest Link? Fraud Scams: Victims and Vulnerability in the Modern Age
03 Feb 2015 Dial F for Fraud: Mobile Technology, Safety and Security
08 Oct 2014 From Russia With Love
30 Jul 2014 Summer Drinks Party
11 Jun 2014 Why Public Sector Fraud Matters to YOU!
07 May 2014 FWN Quiz Night in aid of The Eve Appeal
09 Apr 2014 In Our Hands and Off the Street: Changing Behaviour to Stay Safe Online
06 Mar 2014 Fraud Women's Network Annual Event: Cyber Crime "HazSpam"
27 Nov 2013 FWN Annual Mentoring Dinner
26 Nov 2013 Insider Fraud
23 Oct 2013 Mentoring Dinner
12 Sep 2013 Investigative Psychology
18 Jul 2013 FWN Networking Summer Cocktail Party
27 Mar 2013 "Fighting Fraud Together" How Government and Banks CAN Work in Harmony!
07 Mar 2013 "Mission: Impostor" Social engineering - it is an art, but how do we defeat it?
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