The SOCEX Financial Crime Conference

30 Nov - 1 Dec 2016 Daventry

About The Event

One of a series of national events supporting investigators in the area of Serious and Organised Crime.

A gathering of senior investigators from across the UK and beyond to examine the challenges surrounding financial investigation.

The conference will provide opportunities to discuss and exchange intelligence relating to the detection and prosecution of serious crimes.

Conference Objectives

To increase knowledge and awareness

  • Holistically, across law enforcement, sharing good practice and learning to reduce the threat from individuals involved in Financial Crime and reduce risk to communities and business infrastructures from it
  • Those attending will be exposed to most up to date and innovative approaches to investigations, learning good practice that they can immediately transfer to their own investigations

The conference will seek to place the emphasis on the benefits to practitioners and managers reg investigative techniques/knowledge and strategies and some of the topics will discuss:

  • Digital currency: Threat assessment, current issues and a practitioner based investigation
  • Cyber: Use in Fraud
  • Money Laundering: case studies on a high end Money Launderer and specialist money launderer
  • Case of a Professional Enabler to include learning for Financial Institutions
  • Current POCA investigations re new legislative provisions
  • Case study on an MSB investigation
  • Civil Recovery:
  • Procurement Fraud:
  • Fraud and OCG
  • Victimology of Fraud and financial crime
  • Strategic matters part of QA type element, e.g. work streams, Criminal Finances Bill, Govts 4P SOC strategy and Local Profiles, importance of including the ML/Fraud and Cyber threat within it

Who should attend?

Anyone involved in the business area of Fraud and Financial Investigation from Police Forces, HMRC, NCA and all government law enforcement agencies to include policy makers, managers and practitioners.

Why should colleagues attend this conference?

Hear the latest investigative techniques and methods, most up to date application and best practice re new powers on multi-agency investigations from those at the cutting edge tackling the current and emerging threats from Financial Crime.


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Financial Crime Conference

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