Association for Preventing and Countering Frauds celebrates International Fraud Awareness Week, 13-19 Nov 2016, with the 2-nd Edition of the International Conference: “Fraud & Compliance – The Way from Prevention to Deterrence”.
The event gathers specialists from various areas such as: fraud risk, compliance, audit, operational risk, AML and conflict of interests, both private and public sector, from all industries: Banking, Financial, Telco, Energy, Consultancy, Retail, Pharma, etc.
Join the global effort to minimize the impact of fraud by promoting anti-fraud awareness and education.
Location: Athenee Palace Hilton, Le Diplomate, Bucharest
Duration: 9 h
Number of participants: 100 – 130
Continuing Professional Education (CPE): 6 points
Special Guest Speaker: Cliff Lansley – Director- Emotional Intelligence Academy, licensed by PAUL EIKMAN Group
09:00 – 09:20 – Welcome Coffee & Registration
09:20 – 09:30 – Opening Speech: Alin Becheanu – President APCF
09:30 – 10:50 – Panel I – Why do People commit Frauds?
Looking from a psychological perspective, the speakers will try to identify root causes & rationales for committing frauds, different types of manipulation techniques and potential solutions to mitigate it.
Paul Herinean – IceU-Training
Iris Gogorici – Insider Applied Behavioral Science
10:50 – 11:05 – Coffee Break
11:05 – 12:25 – Panel II – Cybercrime – Trends
No matter the industry, Cybercrime is one of the biggest challenges for Organizations nowadays and needs to be “treated” with the proper respect. Specialists from various sectors will debate on current threats and potential solutions.
Inspector Cătălin Zeţu – Directorate for Countering Organized Crime
Ștefan Tănase – Kaspersky Lab, Senior Security Researcher Kaspersky Lab
Moderator: George Drăgușin – ARB-IT & Security Committee
12:25 – 13:10 – Lunch
14:10 – 15:10 – Panel III – Anticorruption and conflict of interests- a critical challenge
Organizations from public or private sector “suffer “ great losses generated by undisclosed personal or pecuniary interests of employees . The panel will try to cover topics such as: Why do people engage in conflict of interest ?, Assessments, Policies, Programs and Current Status of Conflict of Interests.
Special Agent Teresa Hultz – F.B.I
Valentin Topoloiu – General Anticorruption Direction
15:10 – 15:20 – Coffee Break
15:20 – 16:20 – Panel IV – Fraud – An issue in multiple industries
Antifraud operating models may vary from one industry to another, while the goal remains the same: Management of FRAUD Risk and NOT ZERO FRAUD. Specialists from different sectors will present their fraud risk strategies and challenges.
Alin Becheanu – ARB – Antifraud Committee
Jacek Stanczyk – IBM Cognitive Solutions, Ph.D., Solution Sales Leader CEE Safer Planet
Daniel Gheorghică – Kapsch, Head of CyberSecurity
Moderator: Florin Orban – Board Member APCF
16:20 – 17:30 – Panel V – Money Laundering – Product of Fraud & Regulation Challenges
The final stage for a fraud is to launder the money obtained. In a world that changes to digitalization, new ways of ML are a “TOP-Priority” for Fraudsters, while the regulators and law enforcement try to keep up the pace.
Iulian Ardeleanu – ANAF- General Information Division
Daniel Vărzaru, CFE, CAMS – Member APCF
Mihaela Cracea – Pachiu & Associates Law Firm, Managing Associate
Moderator: Olimpia Petrișor, CFE – Member APCF
Book your place now to International Conference 2-nd Edition. Fraud & Compliance – The Way from Prevention to Deterrence!
Conference fee: 200 lei (VAT included) – If you want to Join the Conference and your employer is not
supporting you, we have a discounted price, you can benefit now from a special offer – 10 tickets at this price – until 16 November 2016
375 lei (VAT exclusiv) – Professional Weeks – until 11 November 2016
750 lei (VAT exclusiv) – until 16 November 2016
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Note: Payment will be made before the event, based on the invoice.
Payment will be made in lei.
CUI: RO 35309867; Trade Register Number: J40/15008/2015
Cont IBAN: RO66 INGB 0000 9999 0550 6316
Bank: ING Bank
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Cancellations is made by written notice no later then 10 November 2016. If the cancellation is made up to this date, the amounts paid will be refunded, less 35%, accounting for administrative expenses. If the cancellation is received after 14 November 2016, the amounts paid will not be refunded.
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