November 14, 2014

Breakfast Briefing: Fraud – is there something that we’re missing?

The Summit Finuas Network, the Institute of Banking and ACOI would like to invite you to a free breakfast briefing on

Fraud – is there something that we’re missing?

Tim Roulston, Forensic Accountant

Wednesday 19 November: 8.00am – 9.00am (Registration from 7.30am)

The focus of this free breakfast briefing is to highlight recent research conducted into the areas of fraud and financial crime, both globally and in Ireland. This practical talk will present examples of frauds and other forms of financial crime, discussing what lessons can be learnt to mitigate such risks and considering how fraud is continuing to evolve.
CPD Hours: This briefing is accredited for 0.5 CPD hour for QFAs* and CPD Members* (including Registered Stockbrokers), and one CPD hour for LCOIs and Chartered Bankers.

*Relevant to the following categories of retail financial product:

  1. Life Assurance
  2. Pensions 
  3. Savings and Investments
  4. Private Medical Insurance
  5. Commercial General Insurance 
  6. Private Medical Insurance
  7. Housing Loans, Home Reversion Agreements and Associated Insurances 
  8. Consumer Credit Agreements and Associated Insurances

To book this event, please email louise.ryan@ibec.ie or call 01 605 1546.

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