On behalf of Wales Fraud Forum, it is with great sadness that we reflect on the passing of
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Paul Cunningham, WFF Chair

Wales Fraud Forum

We are a not-for-profit company, run by a strategic board of volunteer individuals with careers spanning both public and private sectors. Our aims are to help prevent fraud in Wales by raising awareness in the public and private sector and amongst individuals.

Save the date notice: 23 September 2022

Plans are currently underway to host the 2022 WFF Annual Conference in Cardiff, restrictions on public gatherings allowing. Updates and further information will be posted here as plans come together, see the list of confirmed speakers below.

 

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WFF 2022 Annual Conference Updates

We are pleased to announce a list confirmed conference speakers so far:

  • Karen Jones, Bond Solon Training — Fraud On Trial
  • Jonathan Gilbert Former solicitor, convicted of fraud and now reformed — Professional Enablers Facilitating Mortgage Fraud
  • Jack Walsh Special Counsel at Edmonds Marshall McMahon — Private Criminal Prosecutions for Fraud
  • Katrina Robinson MBE Chair Tenancy Fraud Forum and Principal Associate at Capsticks Solicitors LLP — Tenancy Fraud: Why it Matters
  • Ian Ferguson Managing Director Reject My® Car — Motor fraud and its implication on consumers
  • Searn Hughes, BBC X-Ray
  • Nicholas Ryder, Professor of Financial Crime — Money Laundering in Universities and their Response
  • Elise Runchman, Credas — Opportunities to combat fraud using new technology

Registration Open

Register here


Free On-line Masterclass

Fraud and Corruption: two sides of the same coin, by Andrew Clarke

  • Andrew Clarke — Financial Crime Consultant and an internationally recognized subject matter expert who has played a key role on projects including FATF country evaluations, the UN/World Bank StAR initiative and global training programmes. Andrew will discuss the overlapping aspects of Fraud and Corruption.

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A fraud forum that focused solely on tenancy fraud