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“Working together to beat fraud” Fraud Conference – Tuesday 24th & Wednesday 25th March

The “Working together to beat fraud”
Fraud Conference is on Tuesday 24th & Wednesday 25th March 2015.

This is a two day conference for those involved in Fraud Prevention and Risk Management in payments and banking on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th March 2015. This successful annual conference now in its 9th year takes place at the Grange Hotel Tower Bridge.

Top Presenters
Delegates will hear from top line speakers talking about ways in which the industry are cooperating to tackle fraud including: Jon Williams, Director of Strategic Development at Experian, Peter Bayley of VISA Europe, Barclaycard Commercial, Alastair Sheen of HSBC, Mark Cobbett of UK FFA, Sally Griffith, Director of VFM Services, FICO (tbc), Kieran Hines of Ovum, Jeremy King Director at the PCI DSC, MasterCard, Simon Gordon, Chairman at Facewatch, Jamie Byles – General Manager EMEA at Ethoca, Cyber Threat Intelligence at BAE Systems applied Intelligence, Sally Felton of Baker Tilly on fraud investigations, Alex Jay CFE of Wragge & Co with a legal update and Andrew Churchill of Technology Strategy.

Networking
The conference provides an excellent opportunity to network with key opinion formers and industry leaders over the two days. To help ensure this we offer a payments industry networking evening free to the delegates on the Tuesday evening of the conference.

Programme
Full conference details at www.fraudconference.co.uk/agenda

Special Offers!!
Bookings made by reference to CCR will enjoy a special 10% discount… A bulk discount of 10% is also available for 2 or more delegates from the same organisation and an early bird booking discount of 10% if you book by 15th January. The standard cost for the conference is just £1200 + VAT.

Training in Operational Risk
Expert training associated with the conference is available on the day after the conference – please see the website, plan your trip to add value accordingly and enjoy special discounts for combination bookings. Training is being offered in Operational Risk by London Risk.

The conference sponsored by Ethoca – www.ethoca.com.

“Working together to beat fraud” Fraud Conference – Tuesday 24th & Wednesday 25th March page posted “By Mike Armstrong”

5 days to CCR-i 2014 – Credit Industry Event in London

CCR-interactive – All The Knowledge Under One Roof… Five Days To Go and the Final Tickets Are Now Available!

The outstanding one-day event for the consumer and commercial credit industry is just five days away.

The conference look set to sell out – with over 400 delegates already booked to attend! So do not miss out on the chance to get all the knowledge fon offer!

To book one of the last remaining delegate places, please contact Alison Lucas on 01702 341948 or alison@ccrmagazine.co.uk. For sponsorship opportunities and to get involved please contact Gary Lucas on 07785 268404 or gary@ccrmagazine.co.uk.

Speakers will include: Tim Sawyer, chief executive officer, The Start Up Loans Company; Gary Brebner, chief executive, Loughborough Building Society; Sue Chapple, head of revenue management, EDF; Lee Birkett, chief executive officer, eMoney Union; Mark Watson-Gandy, member of the Bar Council’s panel of Young Spokesmen for the Bar; Martin Kirby, head of credit, Adecco.

Andrew Jackson, head of collections and recoveries, the Funding Circle; Alastair Barter, senior policy officer, Information Commissioners Office; David Morpeth, operations director, Lloyds Bank Asset Finance; Rajib Chakraborty, lead risk programme data architect, Lloyds Banking Group; Alessia Frisina, chief legal and compliance counsel, De Lage Landen Leasing; Andrew Aspell, European credit programme manager, Office Depot.

Jonathan White, major in the 16 Air Assault Brigade; Sergio Coehlo, head of retail collections and recoveries, Barclays Bank; Jeff McAdam, head of unsecured collections, UK Asset Resolution; Chris Webster, staff fraud risk manager, Yorkshire Building Society; Paul Downer, civil, family & tribunals directorate, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service; David Thornley, group credit controller, Fort Vale Engineering.

Stuart Hopewell, credit manager, Fujifilm UK; Robert Skinner, chief executive, Lending Standards Board; Brian Morgan, credit manager, Veolia Environmental Services (UK); Athol Abrahams, head of risk and compliance, D&D Leasing; Sandra Frisby, associate professor, the University of Nottingham; Andriy Sichka, credit operations director, JT International SA.

Diana Keeling, group credit manager, Ian Williams; Mike Walsh, senior manager UK recovery operations, MBNA; Joe Deville, researcher, Goldsmiths, University of London; Richard Bostock, senior policy advisor, the Finance & Leasing Association; Anne Marie Goddard, team leader, enforcement reform, Ministry of Justice; Guy Thompson, credit risk manager EMEA & China, SunChemical Group; Catherine Bradford, credit manager, Linden Foods; Nick King, group credit director, Travis Perkins.

Download the CCR-interactive delegate pack.

This year’s event will allow you to:

► Understand the key compliance issues and how they will impact upon you.
► Discover about the wider legislative and regulatory framework and how it will affect you.
► Set appropriate a payment plan.
► Improve your work with vulnerable customers.
► Recruit and initiate new members of staff.

CCR-i Credit Industry Event in London Page posted “By Mike Armstrong”

7 days to go until CCR-i 2014 – Credit Industry Event in London!

CCR-interactive – Legal Issues & Enforcement Stream… Seven Days To Go!

The outstanding one-day event for the consumer and commercial credit industry is just seven days away. The conference look set to sell out, so do not miss out! To book your delegate place, please contact Alison Lucas on 01702 341948 or alison@ccrmagazine.co.uk. For sponsorship opportunities and to get involved please contact Gary Lucas on 07785 268404 or gary@ccrmagazine.co.uk.

This year’s speakers at CCR-interactive, in association with Hoist Finance, in the Legal Issues & Enforcement Stream include:

► Chair – Martin Leyshon, group director, High Court Enforcement Group
► Mark Watson-Gandy, member of the Bar Council’s panel of Young Spokesmen for the Bar
Putting your case forward in court.
► Katherine Bailey, credit manager, QMH UK
Preparing to go to court – what a creditor needs to know.
► Alessia Frisina, chief legal and compliance counsel, De Lage Landen Leasing
Getting your terms and conditions right at the start to facilitate court action if required.
► Paul Downer, civil family and tribunals service, HM Courts and Tribunals Service
The latest initiatives to improve the enforcement of debt through the courts.
► Sandra Frisby, associate professor, the University of Nottingham
Pre-packs and the insolvency regime – an update.
► Emma Foy, head of financial services, Maldon District Council
► Anne Marie Goddard, team leader, enforcement reform, Ministry of Justice
Emerging reforms in civil enforcement.
► Brian Lewis, credit manager, Hanson UK
Where enforcement sits in your overall collections strategy.

Keynote Speakers

► Susan de Mont, director of credit authorisations, Financial Conduct Authority
Susan is responsible for the delivery of the FCA’s authorisations regime for an estimated 49,000 consumer credit firms transferred from the Office of Fair Trading, in-flight cases, and new applicants.
Delegates can therefore take this opportunity to hear from the key director who is actively doing the job, who has knowledge from the ‘coal face’ of what will be required of the industry.

► Trevor Williams, chief economist, Lloyds Bank
Trevor has both a BA (Hons) and a Masters degree in Economics. He is a Visiting Professor, Banking and Finance, at Derby University.
He heads the research team that supports the bank’s trading and sales activities. He regularly writes articles for publications and appears in the financial press and on television. He is a member of the Institute for Economic Affairs Shadow Monetary Policy Committee.

Download the CCR-interactive Delegate Pack here.

This year’s event will allow you to:

► Choose the right enforcement agency for you.
► Understand the recent updates to enforcement regulations.
► Discuss the latest thinking on insolvency reforms.
► Successfully go to court in pursuit of a debt.
► Learn how to take your team’s performance to the next level.

Posted “By Mike Armstrong”