Counter Fraud in HE Conference 2017

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This year's conference saw 115 counter-fraud colleagues from universities across the UK travelling to the Grand Connaught Rooms in Holborn, London, on Monday 6th March. Building on the success of last year's event, the conference included a mixture of plenary and interactive breakout sessions, providing thought provoking and challenging insight into a wide range of fraud issues affecting universities. These include sessions on internal counter-fraud communication, fraud risk management and governance, testing counter-fraud procedures and measures, anti-money laundering, making the most of frauds when they do occur, basic forensics, asset and inventory fraud, and more.

Click to download the Conference Programme 2017.

The presentations and associated resources are available to download below:

 

Keynote - UK Fraud Landscape and lessons from other sectors

Laura Davies, Huntswood

 

Plenary 1 - Anti-Money Laundering in HEIs

Smita Jamdar, Shakespeare Martineau

 

Breakout 1 - Whistle-stop Forensics

Will Richardson, PwC, and Nick Avery, Kingston City Group

 

Breakout 1 - Asset and Inventory Fraud (handout)

Keith Read, McCormick Technologies Ltd

 

Breakout 1 - Dealing with the Police and ActionFraud

DS Alexander Eristavi, NFIB

 

Plenary 2 - The Silver Lining in a Fraud Cloud

Gaynor Allen, PwC

 

Breakout 2 - Testing your Counter-Fraud Processes

Glenn Foster, Loughborough University

 

Breakout 3 - Developing your internal Counter Fraud Network (handout)

Robert Hebblethwaite, University of Sheffield

 

Plenary 3 - Practical Fraud-Risk Management

Ian Parry, HEFCE

 

Fraud Risk Map - delegate contributions

Pete Briggs, Leeds Beckett University

 

If you have any questions about the conference, or the above materials, please contact Matt.

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