Tackling and Preventing Fraud Across the Public Sector
Thank to all of our delegates, speakers and exhibitors for making Counter Fraud 2019 a huge success.
You can register your interest for next year's event by clicking the button below. We look forward to welcoming everyone in 2020.
Why attend Counter Fraud 2019?
Central and local governments combined lose over £20.6 billion a year from fraudulent activity and more than £300 billion of government spending is vulnerable to attack every year.
Counter Fraud 2019 will connect policy leaders with practitioners and suppliers in an interactive environment to discuss and develop measures and initiatives to tackle the problem of fraud in the public sector. This one-day conference provides access to leading, expert speakers and pioneering case studies which will analyse all aspects of fraud in the modern world.
Topics that will be covered include:
2019 Speakers Included:
Laura SquiresHead of Fraud, Error & Debt, Strategy, Policy, Change and Planning
Department for Work and Pensions (confirmed)
Jacqueline OwenPolice Staff Investigator, Economic Crime Department
City of London Police (confirmed)
Andrew LawrenceSenior Legal Officer
Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department (Confirmed)
Claire RolloDirector, DWP and HMRC Benefits and Credits Financial Audit
National Audit Office (confirmed)
DCI Gary MilesSCO7 Organised Crime Command, FALCON (Fraud & Linked Crime Online)
Metropolitan Police (Confirmed)
Jean-Marc LafrenièreDirector, Assessment and Investigation Services
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada / Indigenous and Service Canada
Stewart BrooksTransformation Lead for the Risk and Intelligence Service
Department of Work and Pensions
2019 Suppliers Included:
A very professional event that is worth attending for anyone who works in the field of investigation.
Principal Fraud Investigations & Enforcement Officer, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Does what it says on the tin...
Entry, Exit & Enforcement Manager, Ofqual
The conference is always a great place to network in order to improve areas of business. It always re-motivates me to return to work and drive the Anti-Fraud message forward for another year. This years was particularly good, the content was relevant and useful. The venue was excellent and the organisation was very good.
Corporate Fraud Team Leader, Plymouth City Council
An enjoyable event with an interesting array of speakers. An essential conference for the local government fraud calendar.
Investigations Manager, Oxford City Council
I thoroughly enjoyed the Fraud Conference. The speakers were highly informative and the seminar sessions were engaging and interesting.
Governance and Finanace Assistant Analyst, BBSRC
I found the variety and calibre of speakers to be good and knowledgeable on their subject areas. It was also a good opportunity to network with others and discuss current issues. Certainly a conference worth attending.