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Midlands Fraud Forum Debate

  • 10 Dec 2019
  • 8:45 AM - 12:30 PM
  • The Birmingham and Midlands Institute 9 Margaret Street Birmingham, B3 3BS
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Midlands Fraud Forum

The Great Winter Debate

 


Tuesday 10 December 2019

8.45am – 12.30pm

 

Venue:

The Birmingham and Midlands Institute

9 Margaret Street

Birmingham, B3 3BS

 

Topic:

Should we incentivise whistleblowers?

 

 

AGENDA

 

08.45

Registration, networking and cold buffet breakfast

 

09.30

Welcome & introduction by James Morgan QC

 

09.45

Introduction of each panellist speaker

 

10.15

Debate

 

11.30

Concluding thoughts from James Morgan QC

 

11.45

Free drinks reception hosted by our Young Professionals Team

 

 

The debate will be chaired by James Morgan QC (Civil law expert) from St Philips Chambers and the topic of “Should we incentivise whistleblowers?” will be discussed by a panel of experts including:

1.    Rebecca Harding, Saltwhistle - previously a Trustee for a national charity who was involved in making a public stand and whistleblowing

2.    Georgina Halford-Hall, Chief Executive Officer at WhistleblowersUK - Not-for-profit organisation supporting whistleblowers everywhere. Secretariat to APPG Whistleblowing

3.    Mary Inman, Partner, Constantine Cannon - who has vast experience of the American approach to whistleblowing including having advised many whistleblowers under the American whistleblower reward programs

4.    Julie Bruce, Director, KPMG LLP  – has over 20 years’ experience leading and coordinating large, independent investigations including whistleblowing engagements in the UK and overseas


Audience participation is, as always, most welcome and encouraged!

The MFF is also happy to take questions from attendees in advance if there is a particular question or point that you would like the panelist speakers to discuss.

We would also like to invite members to bring a junior member of their team with them for FREE!

Please email info@midlandsfraudforum for help with registration of free guests.


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