Fraud and Financial Crime Europe

Analysing the risks to determine the solutions in combating Fraud and Financial Crime

3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe 2020

1-2 April, 2020 | London | The Tower Hotel

SANCTIONS
Reviewing the global sanctions landscape, future outlook and impacts of Brexit on sanctions compliance

FRAUD
Developing global collaborative efforts to mitigate risks of fraudulent activities and limiting reputational risks

APPLICATION FRAUD
Detecting and preventing application fraud and developing identification practices of customers

AML
Reviewing changes and updates within 6th AML Directive and impact of future changes

AI AND MACHINE LEARNING
Next generation of fraud and financial crime prevention: Using AI and machine learning to revolutionise compliance

RISK CULTURE
Building an effective risk culture and delivering the tone from the top to set parameters

CUSTOMER/TRANSACTION MONITORING
Developing tailored systems to identify risky customers and transactions for ongoing monitoring

Mark

Mark Brotherton
Director, Fraud and Financial Crime
Lloyds Banking Group

Maarten

Maarten Ligthart
Head of KYC CoE / Monitoring & Screening
ING

Armin

Armin Stremitzer
Director, Financial Sanctions Compliance
Raffeissen Bank

Lordine Huggins

Lordine Huggins
Head of Controls
Commerzbank AG

Vinaya

Vinaya Parvate
Global Head, Fraud Risk Oversight for Institutional Client Group and Citi Commercial Bank
Citi

Kevin

Kevin Newe
Assistant Director, Financial Investigation
HMRC

Riley

Riley Peterson
EMEA Head of Strategy and Governance
MUFG

Ursula

Ursula Jallow
Director, Group Financial Crime
LV=

Niels Halse

Niels Halse
Deputy Global Head of Fraud Management
Danske Bank

Katherine.D

Katherine Delikoura
Chief Compliance Officer
Council of Europe Development Bank

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08:00 registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

REGULATION – PANEL DISCUSSION
9:00 Reviewing the global regulatory environment and managing jurisdictional deviations

  • Privacy requirements
  • Increase regulation: Confirmation of PAYE from SAR
  • Changes to regulation after Brexit
    • Information sharing across Europe after Brexit
  • Meeting expectations and requirements vs. commercial realities of customers
  • Deviations in regional expectations
    • Incorporating a firm wide approach
  • Turnaround times and filing of suspicious reports
  • Acceptance of equivalence in different jurisdictions

Kevin Newe, Assistant Director, Financial Investigation, HMRC
Dr Liliya Gelemerova, Director, Senior Financial Crime Advisor, Commerzbank AG

KYC
9:50 Operational implementation of KYC systems to detect and monitor activity

  • Operational challenges
  • Integrating local rules for global institutions
    • Managing differences in local rules
  • Developing efficient ways to prevent financial crime
  • Use of AI to detect and monitor activity
  • Impact of instant payments on stopping transactions
  • Risk profiling customer: Detecting unusual transactions

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

SANCTIONS
11:00 Reviewing the global sanctions landscape, future outlook and impacts of Brexit on sanctions compliance

  • Managing the increased volatility of sanctions within a different scope
  • Keeping senior management informed
  • Internal documentation and the rationale of decisions
  • Balancing differences and divergence across the EU & US
  • Russia:
    • Risk of US secondary sanctions
    • Compliance with US sanctions across Europe
    • Horizon Scanning: Proposed legislation of Draft Bills introduced to US Congress

Armin Stremitzer, Director, Financial Sanctions Compliance, Raffeissen Bank

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
11:40 International cooperation and alignment of industry institutions and law enforcement to form a collaborative approach to sharing data

  • Consequences of Brexit for international cooperation
  • Domestic and international feedback loop within systems
  • Cooperation under different authorities
  • Sharing and actioning SARs reports
  • Feedback from regulators and government agencies
  • Follow ups from regulators and authorities
  • Information sharing across entities and jurisdictions
  • Bringing about prosecutions of perpetrators of fraud against the business

Dr Liliya Gelemerova, Director, Senior Financial Crime Advisor, Commerzbank AG

12:20 Lunch break and networking

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION CONTINUED
1:20 Increasing public and private international cooperation: Views from HMRC

  • Increasing cooperation across jurisdictions
  • HMRC work under FATF on TBML
  • Importance of compliance, transparency and fraud banking

Kevin Newe, Assistant Director, Financial Investigation, HMRC

APPLICATION FRAUD
2:00 Detecting and preventing application fraud and developing identification practices of customers

  • Detecting fraudulent loan applications
  • Defining intent to pay back loan
  • Setting up teams to prevent fraudulent applications being dispersed
  • Tracking historical data to build patterns for detection
  • Calculating losses from application fraud
  • Face to face vs. digital on application
  • Keeping the customer and bank safe

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INTERNAL FRAUD
2:40 Identifying internal weaknesses and vetting controls to detect internal fraud

  • Vetting individuals
  • Staff sharing control weaknesses or aiding in fraudulent activity
  • Technology to identify weaknesses
  • Vetting controls
  • Anti-Corruption in the financial sector

Vinaya Parvate, Global Head, Fraud Risk Oversight for Institutional Client Group and Citi Commercial Bank, Citi

3:30 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

CULTURE
4:00 Case study into developing an effective risk culture programme

Wies Wagenaar, Head of Compliance and Ethics, ABM AMRO 

RISK CULTURE – PANEL DISCUSSION
4:40 Building an effective risk culture and delivering the tone from the top to set high standards

  • Ensuring good conduct and culture
  • Balancing protecting the client and offering a seamless service with mitigating fraud and financial crime risks
  • Tone from the top messaging
  • Driving colleague engagement across the institution
  • Utilising automation to drive-up engagement
  • The benefits of experiencing roles across 3 lines of defence

Mark Brotherton, Director, Fraud and Financial Crime, Lloyds Banking Group
Lordine Huggins, Head of Controls, Commerzbank AG
Bruce Forbes, Group Head of Financial Crime Investigations, Prudential
Wies Wagenaar, Head of Compliance and Ethics, ABM AMRO

5:20 Chair’s closing remarks

5:30 End of day one and drinks reception

08:15 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

GLOBAL COLLABORATION – PANEL DISCUSSION
9:00 Developing global collaborative efforts to mitigate risks of fraudulent activities and limiting reputational risks

  • Defining terrorism to mitigate risk of terrorism financing
  • National and international challenges for tax avoidance and evasion
  • Distinguishing between legal and illegal activity
  • Determining risk appetite for complex but legal structures
  • Data sharing across institutions
  • Real time monitoring and access to data and money leaving the bank
  • Building out technology infrastructure internally
  • Applying logic-based rules or models in real time
  • Managing corruption in emerging markets

Katherine Delikoura, Chief Compliance Officer, Council of Europe Development Bank
Ursula Jallow, Director, Group Financial Crime, LV
Tepo Din, EMEA Head of Litigation, Enforcement & Investigations, BNY Mellon

POLICING FRAUD
9:50 Providing an industry perspective on the policing approaches to fraud

  • Current threats from a national and a policing perspective
  • Public and commercial concerns – why haven’t we solved the problem?
  • The challenges and barriers to success
  • What is being done about it? (at a Governmental level and more specifically in policing)
  • What the future holds in store for us

Alex Rothwell, Detective Superintendent, City of London Police

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

CUSTOMER/TRANSACTION MONITORING
11:00 People versus machines – automated transaction monitoring

  • The benefits of real time, automated monitoring
  • Challenges of automation
  • How automation impacts our people
  • Asking the right questions
  • Making assurance proportionate
  • The future…

Kathy Griffin, Head of Risk & Financial Crime Oversight, Provident Personal Credit

BIG DATA AND ANALYTICS
11:40 Ensuring powerful data and analytics to increase efficiency and detect truly suspicious behaviour

  • Advancing adoption of new techniques
  • Risks of moving data links into the cloud
  • Balancing risk and reward when adopting new technologies
  • Data poisoning risks or corruption of data
    • Algorithms updating and producing adverse decisions
  • Aligning with data privacy regulations
    • Running rules across data to monitor activity globally
  • Sharing data across the industry for enhanced analytics

Aldo de Rubertis, Global Head of Analytics for Financial Crime & RegTech, ING

12:20 Lunch break and networking

1.20 Behind the scene of cybercrime and fraud on Mobile – Understand the factors driving growth of fraud to fight it!

  • The why, how and where of banking malware
  • Trends and costs in the underground economy
  • Evolution of the threat landscape and future expectations
  • Laundering process, the key between the attack and the money
  • Don’t put your eggs in the same basket, the winning strategy
  • Due diligence of customer base

Gaetan van Diemen, General Manager, ThreatFabric

AI AND MACHINE LEARNING – PANEL DISCUSSION
2:00 Next generation of fraud and financial crime prevention: Using AI and machine learning to revolutionise compliance

  • Supervised and unsupervised learning
  • Limiting false positives to ensure value added
  • Explaining to regulators
  • Expectation, impact and cost of AI
  • Altering rules and thresholds based on algorithm output
  • GDPR implications of black boxes
  • Cost effectiveness for different sized institutions
  • Building technology into a sustainable financial crime environment
  • Using technology for competitive advantage

Maarten Ligthart, Head of KYC CoE / Monitoring & Screening, ING
Niels Halse, Head of Fraud Prevention and Analytics, Danske Bank

2:50 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

CYBER RISK
3:20 Tailoring cyber fraud detection to limit exposure whilst maintaining resilience and agility

  • Impact across areas: aligning fraud and cyber crime
  • Security protocols to manage risks
  • Exploitation of vulnerable nations with less security
  • Understanding security saves money not makes it
  • Vulnerabilities of suppliers
  • Plugging new technology into old systems

BREXIT – PANEL DISCUSSION
4:00 Brexit war games: Reviewing potential outcomes of Brexit and impact on institutions and compliance

  • Impact on institutions for compliance
  • Alignment of sanctions policies and AML directives
  • Managing group wide risk assessments, policies and procedures

Riley Peterson, EMEA Head of Strategy and Governance, MUFG
Chloe Cina, Director, Global Sanctions and Embargoes, Deutsche Bank

4:40 Chair’s closing remarks

4:50 End of Congress

Mark

Mark Brotherton
Director, Fraud & Financial Crime
Lloyds Banking Group

Biography

Mark is the Director, Fraud & Financial Crime for the c£5bn Lloyds Bank Commercial Division. He leads a team of 120 specialists across Fraud, Financial Crime, Investigations, Sanctions and Anti-Bribery and is also responsible for a number of large related Change Programmes. He has been the Group’s Accountable Executive for the SWIFT KYC Registry for the past four years and was formerly the COO for the Financial Institutions Group (FIG) in London.
Previously, he was COO for the Group’s North American business based in New York and also spent time working for the Group Finance Director.

Chloe

Chloe Cina
Director, Global Sanctions and Embargoes
Deutsche Bank

Biography

Chloé Cina is a Director in Deutsche Bank’s Global Sanctions & Embargoes Team. She is a barrister of 13 years Call and an experienced advocacy trainer for Middle Temple. She was the former UK Head of Sanctions at HSBC. She obtained her European Master’s Degree in Human Rights at the Venice Human Rights Centre and worked for UNESCO in Paris from 2000-2004. She practiced at the Criminal Bar before joining the UK Treasury Solicitor’s Department in 2008 where she worked in the National Security team on terrorism and sanctions related litigation. She joined the Foreign & Commonwealth Office as a legal adviser in 2014, advising on financial sanctions and security policy in the EU and UN. She led the Iran nuclear legal team for the UK before joining HSBC in 2016. She regularly speaks at international conferences and has been a key contributor to the ICA and ACAMS courses on sanctions.

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Aldo de Rubertis
Global Head of Analytics for Financial Crime & RegTech
ING

Biography

Aldo de Rubertis will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

Tim Ayling

Tim Ayling
Vice-president EMEA
Buguroo

Biography

Tim Ayling is currently the Vice-President EMEA at buguroo. With over 20 years’ experience in the cybersecurity and anti-fraud industry, Ayling began his career in technical support, and moved on to System Engineering. He began his leadership career when he established Entrust Inc. in Australia in 2003 and was made Vice-President Asia Pacific in 2006. Ayling has held numerous leadership roles in large cybersecurity vendors, including serving as the Global Head of Fraud Prevention Solutions at Kaspersky Labs, as EMEA Director of Fraud & Risk Intelligence at RSA Security, as well as spending time in the cyber-security practice of KPMG.

Katherine.D

Katherine Delikoura
Chief Compliance Officer
CEB

Biography

Katherine Delikoura will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

Tepo

Tepo Din
EMEA Head of Litigation, Enforcement & Investigations
BNY Mellon

Biography

Tepo Din will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

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Bruce Forbes
Group Head of Financial Crime Investigations
Prudential

Biography

Bruce Forbes will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

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Dr Liliya Gelemerova
Director, Senior Financial Crime Advisor
Commerzbank AG

Biography

Dr Liliya Gelemerova will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

Kathy Griffin

Kathy Griffin
Head of Risk & Financial Crime Oversight
Provident Financial Group

Biography

I have worked in audit, risk and compliance for the past 15 years, predominantly within the banking and financial services sectors and latterly specialising in financial crime oversight. I’ve been the MLRO for Provident for two years in addition to running the second line risk oversight team and I’m passionate about promoting equality, diversity and inclusion both in and out of my department. Outside work I’m a runner and fitness freak, dedicated to balancing out my love of good food with a bit of hard graft!

Lordine Huggins

Lordine Huggins
Head of Controls
Commerzbank AG

Biography

Lordine has a strong anti-financial crime background and is currently working within the Client Lifecycle Management function pithing Commerzbank AG as the Head of Controls.

She has experience of working with prestigious worldwide organisations, including two of the ‘Big Four’ consultancies, retail and investment banks. She has also worked on high profile projects within the public sector.

Ursula

Ursula Jallow
Director, Group Financial Crime
LV

Biography

Ursula Jallow will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

Niels Halse

Niels Halse
Head of Fraud Prevention and Analytics
Danske Bank

Biography

Niels Halse is heading Danske Bank Fraud Prevention and Analytics area. Responsible for protecting Danske Bank customers from all fraud use cases across all markets and business units. To efficiently fight fraud we must share knowledge and know how beyond our own company, hence Niels also being a member of the steerco for private public collaboration on cybercrime under the centralized internet crime police authority in Denmark and furthermore being part of the financial sector advisory group at Europol NC3. Niels has held positions across the value chain from fraud strategy to fraud operations within Danske Bank

Maarten

Maarten Ligthart
Head of KYC CoE / Monitoring & Screening
ING

Biography

Maarten Ligthart will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

Kevin

Kevin Newe
Assistant Director – Illicit Finances Policy & Strategy, Fraud Investigation Service
HM Revenue and Customs

Biography

Kevin joined HM Revenue and Customs in 2006 and after positions in communications and departmental transformation, joined the Serious Organised Crime Agency in 2008 for a two-year secondment covering criminal finance work.

Since returning to HMRC in 2010, Kevin has held a number of different criminal / illicit finance positions, covering policy, operations and most recently the development of an Illicit Finance Strategy, which includes work on HMRC’s role as an AML supervisory body.

Kevin was recently involved in the UK’s 4th FATF Mutual Evaluation Review, covering a range of topics and has since concluded training to become a FATF Assessor.

Vinaya

Vinaya Parvate
Global Head, Fraud Risk Oversight for Institutional Client Group and Citi Commercial Bank
Citi

Biography

Vinaya is the Global Head of Fraud Risk Oversight for the Institutional Client business at Citi. She is responsible for assessing the current strategy and execution of the Fraud Risk Management discipline across the businesses globally; and agreeing the necessary actions with the 1st line partners to ensure adherence to the policy and framework. Her team works closely with risk colleagues in the regional and business risk teams and other key stakeholders in Corporate Security & Investigative Services, and Information / Cyber Security in maintaining a robust management of fraud risk through policy compliance, improvements in technical infrastructure and operational excellence.
Prior to this role, she was the Operational Risk Management for Citi South Asia, working closely with business and functional heads in proactively managing operational risk and further strengthening the internal controls of our franchise. Vinaya was also responsible for establishing and leading ORM oversight across Asia Regional Enterprise Operations & Technology.
Vinaya has more than 22 years’ experience in banking. Before her current role in Operational Risk, Vinaya was the ICG Asia Regional Head for Customer Acquisition Due Diligence (CADD) Business Support Unit. In this role, she led a team responsible for supporting bankers in Asia and Japan to fulfill KYC requirements, ensuring full compliance with high quality. Prior to this assignment, she was based in London, driving governance for Global TTS Operations. In this role, she implemented minimum operating standards for 7000+ staff carrying out TTS Operations across 90+ countries to reduce risk and prevent losses.
Vinaya has also worked in Internal Audit (IA), where she led end-to-end reviews of Citi businesses in various countries across the CEEMEA region. She was also part of the EMEA Corporate Finance & Credit team within IA, where she led and participated in strategic reviews on credit risk reporting, credit documentation and loan loss reserve. Prior to IA, Vinaya was part of the Risk Management function for Citi South Asia, heading the Credit Risk Management Services team.
She holds an MBA from IIM, Ahmedabad, and a Bachelor’s degree from SNDT University, Mumbai. Vinaya was a member of the India Diversity Council and was the co-sponsor of the first Citi Women’s network in Asia. She has been mentoring young professionals, both in and outside Citi. She also has an active interest in community building initiatives and was a mentor to Swadhaar and Katalyst, two not-for-profit organizations that receive financial support from Citi Foundation in India. Since her move to UK in mid-2017, she is a mentor with the Citi London Pride Network, and helping raise funds for Haven House, Citi UK’s charity of the year for 2017.

Riley

Riley Peterson
EMEA Head of Strategy and Governance
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG)

Biography

Riley Peterson will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

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Alex Rothwell
Detective Superintendent
City of London Police

Biography

Alex has over 28 yrs policing experience He joined the City of London Police in November 2017 on secondment from the Metropolitan Police and performs a national role focused on improving the policing response to fraud and economic crime.

He has had a varied and fulfilling career performing investigative, intelligence gathering and strategic roles targeting a wide variety of crime types, particularly organised crime. He has considerable experience working in multi-agency environments and has previously performed secondments with Customs and Excise, SOCA and the NCA. From 2012-2015 Alex led a joint NCA/MPS task force and has more recently led the MPS Cyber Crime Unit and Fraud teams.

In the year prior to joining the City of London Police, Alex was the lead for a major internal transformation project focused on the Met’s Specialist Operations Business Group.

In addition to his day to day responsibilities Alex is an active hostage and crisis negotiator and has considerable experience in the investigation and management of kidnap, blackmail and extortion.

Armin

Armin Stremitzer
Director, Financial Sanctions Compliance
Raffeissen Bank

Biography

Armin Stremitzer is Deputy Group Head Financial Sanctions Compliance at Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI). Armin joined RBI in 2011 and is responsible for RBI Group’s sanctions policies and the maintenance of its solid sanctions framework. His key duties refer to the monitoring of changes in the sanctions environment and the assessment on current and future sanctions risks to advise on the sanctions control framework. Armin has gained comprehensive expertise on various banking products due to his former business experience and advises business on financial sanctions topics.

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Gaetan van Diemen
General Manager
Threat Fabric

Biography

Gaetan is the General Manager at ThreatFabric, specialized in solutions to fight cyber fraud. Throughout his career he managed cyber security solutions for coporates all over the globe.

For the past years his work focused on cyber security and fraud prevention for some of the largest financial institutions in the world. In the last years he managed the Cyber Threat Intelligence solution from Fox-IT in the Netherlands, designed and managed threat detection and honeypot projects for Orange in France and managed the development program for a Cyber Security company in Mauritius. With an original background as Cyber Security expert he can easily understand operational challenges; his management background gives him the right overview to help build the right strategy to fight Cybercrime and Fraud.

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Wies Wagenaar
Head of Compliance and Ethics
ABM AMRO

Biography

Wies Wagenaar will be presenting at 3rd Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe

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Interview with Detective Inspector, National Fraud Intelligence Bureau
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Video interview with Detective Inspector, National Fraud Intelligence Bureau at Fraud and Financial Crime Europe 2018

Risk Webinar: Corporate criminal offence of failure to prevent tax evasion – where are we now?

Webinar led by Exotix Capital and Standard Advisory London, part of Standard Bank

“Cyber attacks do happen” | Cyber security simulated threat exercises
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Insight with Nasser Fattah, Managing Director, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ

31st October 2019

Understanding cybercrime – the risks posed to businesses and the best ways to mitigate cyber risks

By Mohsin Choudhury, UK Cyber Security Lead, Former Bank of Ireland
29th August 2019
Top 3 Investment Priorities

Top 3 investment priorities according to FinTech Leaders 2019 Report

20th March 2019

Identification and protection from the world’s top 3 cyber crime and online fraud hotspots

By Pablo de la Riva, CEO and Founder, buguroo
14th March 2019

Uses of distributed ledger technologies to drive efficiency programs and risk management considerations

By Mariana Gomez de la Villa, Head of Wholesale Banking Blockchain, ING
14th March 2019

Removing operational risk through comprehensive spreadsheet governance

By Chris Burke, CEO, EUCplus
12th March 2019

Using AI and machine learning to automate and increase fraud and AML detection

By David Christie, CEO, Bleckwen

Aerospike


Aerospike will be sponsoring the Fraud & Financial Crime Summit 2020.

Buguroo


The company buguroo was founded 10 years ago. buguroo develops cybersecurity and antifraud solutions for the protection of sectors with high Internet exposure. buguroo collaborates with its customers using cutting-edge technologies, so that its users can operate on the Internet as usual with absolute confidence.

We want to be a global benchmark in the development of highly effective, disruptive antifraud solutions for our customers. It helps applications – web and mobile device – ensure that users are who they say they are and that they are not being manipulated. Ensuring those two things is what lets you be sure there is no fraud, as fraud always entails an alteration in one of these two points. For this purpose we use techniques such as deep learning, behavioral biometrics and data analytics, which are a very positive trend and have a great future, and not only in the online fraud field.

Experian


At Experian, we unlock the power of data to create opportunities for consumers, businesses and society. At life’s big moments, from buying a home or car, to sending a child to college, to growing a business exponentially by connecting it with new customers, we empower consumers and our clients to manage their data with confidence so they can maximise every opportunity.

We gather, analyse and process data in ways others can’t. We’re helping individuals take financial control and access financial services, businesses make smarter decisions and thrive, lenders lend more responsibly and organisations prevent identity fraud and crime.

ThreatFabric


ThreatFabric experts are actively helping the financial industry by providing both cyber security and threat intelligence solutions. The ideal combination to connect all the dots and provide the right context to fight cybercrime.

Our Mobile Threat Intelligence (MTI) solution provides a strategic and contextual overview of the threat-landscape, as well as in-depth tactical information to make the intelligence actionable. MTI prevents financially motivated threat actors from being successful.

Our Client Side Detection (CSD) solution provides a real-time risk overview of the Web and Mobile channels, by detecting known and unknown threats. By doing so, CSD enables immediate, automated and scalable online fraud prevention and risk remediation.

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We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Forum, as outlined on our pricing structure. Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

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Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

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There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Forum, such as

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Registrations after 13 March

*All rates subject to CeFPro’s terms and conditions and UK VAT, currently at 20 per cent

PLEASE NOTE: To qualify for the preferential ‘early bird’ rates, registration must be received by the close of the ‘early bird’ working day, and payment can be made at the time of registering, or up to a week after registration is made an invoice sent. CeFPro reserves the right to increase rates should payment be delayed significantly. For Group Rates to be valid, the whole group must register at the same time, though names can be changed at any time up to the event at no additional cost. Should a delegate register at a rate that is inaccurate, CeFPro reserves the right to issue an additional invoice for the outstanding amount.

Group rates are available for 3 or more attendees from the same organisation, when registering at the same time. The current rate allows:
Every third colleague to come along for half price
OR
A fifth colleague to attend for free!

1. REGISTER BY EMAIL

Simply email us with your e-signature we will do the rest for you!

We only need your:
Full name
Job title
Company & address
Contact number

Email: amy.greene@cefpro.com

2. CONTACT US DIRECTLY

Call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 or +1 888 677 7007

3. DOWNLOAD PDF REGISTRATION FORM

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