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We've added a number of new webinars and podcasts to our calendar, please find details below. Each webinar is delivered by industry experts who will provide insight on the latest developments in the sector. 

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Free Webinar Series: Climate Action, Green Finance and Sustainability

20 October | 13:30 - 14:30

This webinar series in partnership with the Bank of England will provide an opportunity for members and others to hear from people playing a leading role in the design of the greening of finance as we look ahead to the UK, in partnership with Italy, hosting COP 26 in November 2021. In our first episode, Sarah Breeden, Executive Director, Bank of England will set out how the financial sectors’ response to climate change must move from rhetoric to action. 

  • 20 October (12pm) | ​Green Finance – Practical Steps to Unlocking the Opportunity

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Thought Leadership Webinars

The OSPAs, Perpetuity Research and TECAs are to run a series of free Thought Leadership webinars to address current security issues following the coronavirus pandemic.

A number of world-renowned speakers will come together to debate issues affecting the security industry in a series of sessions due to take place over the coming weeks. Registration links for future sessions can be found below.

The following sessions are available:

Tuesday 29 September at 09:00 BST

Debating the implications of Covid-19 on the future of security in the Benelux: where are the opportunities and the traps?

Thursday 1 October at 15:30 BST

Thinking about the role of regulators: what is going right and what is going wrong?

Tuesday 6 October at 15:30 BST

Remote networks: Why working from home continues to test the CISO

Thursday 8 October at 15:30 BST

Secured by Design: an outdated concept or still core to good security practice?

Tuesday 13 October at 15:30 BST

Investigation: a murky world or one of hidden gems?

The full details about each session can be viewed here

Fraud Advisory Panel webinars

September - October 2020

The Fraud Advisory Panel offers a range of webinars to help anti-fraud professionals expand their knowledge and keep up to date on the latest developments.

PROTECTING THE PUBLIC PURSE FROM PROCUREMENT FRAUD 

In partnership with ICAEW public sector group (free to members)
13:00 – 14:00 on Tuesday 29 September 


Managing the risk of fraud and corruption should always be a priority, but even more so now when large amounts of public funds are being put into local economies to support local businesses and people. This webinar will provide a timely update on the fraud and corruption risks in local government procurement from Laura Hough (the author of the recent MHCLG review), the practical steps being taken to reduce levels of fraud and corruption in the NHS and the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic from Oliver Stopnitzky (NHS Counter Fraud Authority), and the Cabinet’s Office’s post assurance framework and guidance from Rich Wentel (Cabinet Office).

Register here

COMMON ONLINE FRAUDS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM 

In partnership with the ICAEW Business and Management Faculty (free to members)
12:30 – 12:50 Wednesday 14 October 

This timely webinar will be presented by the National Cyber Security Centre, which works to make the UK the safest place to live and work online. The NCSC provides practical guidance on cyber security issues to businesses, charities, government and the general public and responds to cyber security incidents. In mid-April it launched a new suspicious email reporting service (report@phishing.gov.uk) which received over 1.8m reports in its first four months of operation.

Register here


APCC & WMPCC National Online Fraud Symposium

by West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner

19 October 2020 09:30 - 15:30 

The National Online Fraud Symposium will take place on the 19th of October. All delegates for the previous fraud summit are invited, as are individuals who were unable to make the previous summit. Like at the summit, invitations are open to PCCs and OPCC staff, Officers involved in the fraud prevention space and people from across the private sector who are involved in fraud prevention. We will hear from key speakers from across the fraud prevention space, but most importantly, we will focus on the findings of the report. Delegates will be given the opportunity to respond to the recommendations within the report in small focus groups. After the symposium delegates opinions will be taken away and factored into the final report.

Further details and registration via Eventbrite here



New speakers added to the 

London Fraud Forum 14th Annual Conference lineup 

John Penrose MP & Prime Minister's Anti-Corruption Champion, and Chris Atkins, Filmmaker & Author of ‘A Bit of a Stretch’, will join an impressive roster of keynote speakers at the London Fraud Forum 14th Annual Conference, on Thursday 22nd October, 2020, Online

For full agenda and to book your place




ACFE UK CHAPTER ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2020

This years conference is a virtual one. The conference will earn you seven hours of CPD. This years conference provides not only presentations to inform you but also actually assist you in your work place in these unprecedented times. The Board have selected some outstanding speakers covering cutting edge topics for this day long conference. 

Full details of the ACFE Conference here



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