Managing the risk of fraud in the current environment can be challenging for charities of all sizes, especially small ones. Join us for this session to find out about current fraud risks and how to manage them in the changing environment. It will cover:
Mia Campbell, Head of Operations, Fraud Advisory PanelMia is the head of operations at the counter fraud charity, Fraud Advisory Panel, and is one of the brainchild’s behind charity fraud awareness week. She has more than 18 years’ experience of working within counter fraud advising businesses and charities.
Sophie Wales, Director of Trust and Ethics, ICAEWSophie is the director of Trust and Ethics at ICAEW with responsibility for ethics, economic crime, fraud and business law. Sophie leads ICAEW’s policy work in these areas, engaging with government and other regulators, as well as providing guidance for members.
Brendan Weekes, Director, Fraud Advisory Panel Brendan is a trustee of anti-fraud charity, the Fraud Advisory Panel. He is also an associate director at Smith & Williamson LLP and a qualified accountant specialising in fraud and financial crime including dispute resolution, asset tracing and criminal defence, with a keen interest in the technology and charity sectors.
Daniel Helps, Global Deputy Head of Counter Fraud, British Council (chair)At the British Council Daniel holds a senior managerial and strategic role combating and preventing fraud, bribery & corruption and economic crime across the global British Council network. He is also the lead investigator for the more serious cases where there is organised crime involvement. Daniel has worked in the investigation arena since 2000 for different government agencies including HM Revenue & Customs where he conducted investigations in smuggling operations, money laundering and MTIC fraud. Daniel is a trained covert surveillance operative and a digital forensic practitioner.
ICAEW members and non-members are welcome to join. To attend the webinar for free you must be a member of the ICAEW Charity Finance Professionals or Volunteering community. For more information or to join online please follow the links.
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