With criminals becoming ever more sophisticated, it’s critical that property professionals keep up to date to recognise the warning signs of fraud, understand new regulatory obligations and implement working practices that reduce their vulnerability to attack.
To raise awareness within the industry, AML and digital ID specialist Thirdfort, is leading a panel discussion with experts from the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, and financial crime specialists, FINTRAIL.
In this 1 hour session, they will be exploring:
- How property crime is evolving as we head into 2022
- The part that property professionals play in recognising and preventing fraud
- The processes that property firms need to implement to protect themselves and their clients
In what promises to be an exhilarating and thought-provoking event, Thirdfort’s Head of Legal, Sam Ruback, will be joined by Detective Superintendent Gary Miles of the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau; and Jessica Cath, Head of Financial Crime Project Delivery at FINTRAIL. Gary and Jessica’s combined experience brings decades of working in intelligence and fraud investigations, working with a range of institutions to implement systems that prevent financial crime.
Register to learn the warning signs you should be looking out for and the processes you should be implementing to protect your businesses and stay ahead of the criminals.
Don’t miss out.
This article was submitted to be published by Thirdfort as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.