The Inaugural Counter-Fraud in Higher Education conference took place at Woburn House, London at the end of February. Over 130 delegates attended the event, and heard from a range of speakers covering fraud awareness and communication, fraud risks in construction, overseas risks, counter-fraud policies and processes, and much more.
The presentations from the day can be found below, and the conference brochure can be downloaded here.
Plenary Session 1 - Return on Investment
What counts as fraud in HE? - Ian Parry, HEFCE
How big a problem is it? - Prof. Mark Button, University of Portsmouth
How do you make a business case? - Rachael Tiffen, CIPFA
Breakout Sessions 1
Procurement fraud - Larissa Morrish, Lancaster University
Ethical Procurement - Andy Davies, LUPC
Cashless: moving with the times - Claire Taylor, SUMS
Stealing card data - Simon Mander, WPM
The challenges of putting together counter-fraud policies - Alan Lees, KCG and Juliet Simpson, Newcastle University
Breakout Sessions 2
Process engineering - Richard Young, UNIAC
Cash and Risk - Peter Matza, ACT
HEIs and the NHS - Penny Gee, 360 Assurance
Breakout Sessions 3
Managing overseas risks - Keith Read, McCormick Technologies
Fraud and construction - Kaley Crosthwaite, BDO
Plenary Session 2 - Raising awareness and Changing the culture
Combined slides - Susan O'Donnell, Northumbria University, Robert Hebblethwaite, University of Sheffield, Sophie Urquhart, RBS
If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Matt.