Managing Fraud Investigations Workshop
05/07/2011 - Pinners Hall, 105-108 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1EX
The day will begin with an examination of what constitutes fraudulent activity in the present day environment and the issues that impact upon the conduct and investigation of fraud. It will outline in simple terms the objectives of fraud investigation including fraud prevention and asset recovery. It will move on to examine how an investigation is handled in terms of the response posture, the fraud investigation team, case management and evidence preservation, and fraud investigation techniques.
The workshop will close by an examination of information sources, how they may be properly recovered and the real value of that information to an investigation.
Topics to be covered include:
- Fraud identification and understanding
- The fraud investigation objective
- The investigation response
- Information sources and their recovery
Who Should Attend
This workshop will be valuable to all those in financial institutions responsible for the practical prevention, detection or investigation of fraud or other matters and for senior managers looking to gain a holistic overview of how investigations should be properly conducted. In particular, those in the following areas:
- Financial Crime
- Operational Risk
- Money Laundering
Facilitated by Ebis
Established in 1997 ebis is a specialist investigation and risk management consultancy providing training, antifraud and economic crime solutions.
Our clients include CIFAS, Fidelity Investments, Goldman Sachs, RBS, Lloyds TSB, HSBC, Barclaycard, American Express, HM Revenue & Customs, the Metropolitan Police Service Specialist Financial Crime Directorates and various specialist UK and international agencies.
We work with our clients to ensure that they make informed decisions, protect their reputation and assets and conduct profitable business. We provide specialist training programmes to investigators, fraud teams, money laundering prevention and reporting officers and fund and portfolio managers, in each case equipping delegates with practical skills and the knowledge they need to support their business objectives.
About your trainers:
David is Director of ebis risk services. He was formerly the Director of Professional Services, EMEA, at Guidance Software and before this Director of Digital Investigation Services (DIS) within QinetiQ Limited (formerly Defence Evaluation and Research Agency) where he was responsible for the development and delivery of computer forensics and incident response services.
David has extensive knowledge around the investigation and management of complex fraud, computer forensics andincident response issues, and has worked with, and on behalf of, major banks and financial institutions, law firms, public sector and other organsations in resolving fraud and digital evidence matters. He has been accepted as a computer forensic expert witness in a number of cases involving complex computer investigations carried out as part of civil and criminal investigations into fraud and other unlawful activity.
Prior to embarking on a career in the private sector David served as a detective with the Metropolitan Police Company Fraud Squad, and Computer Crime Unit, with responsibility for the investigation of hi-tech criminal activity.
Richard leads ebis’s special risks group. He has investigated numerous incidents of economic crime perpetrated by organised fraud rings and routinely consults for a number of the largest banks, insurers and law firms in the UK. He works with clients devising and managing investigative strategies to support complex and high value litigation in respect of fraud and other commercial and regulatory disputes. He acts as a consultant to law enforcement and international agencies charged with the
prevention and detection of crime, providing research, specialist training and support services.
Richard is often asked by the press to comment on current events and industry developments and has been interviewed and quoted on various occasions by major news corporations, including the BBC and CNN, and is regularly invited to speak at industry events.