The Conference organising committee recently met to articulate the key themes and topics for this year's conference. Further details, including the speakers will be available in the coming weeks.
A number of speakers were asked their opinion of the topics under discussion at SOCEX 2017
A brief look at some of the work the Bank of England is conducting to support the investigation of Serious and Organised Crime
At each event to date, delegates at the conference dinners have donated, through the table raffles, significant monies to charity. It was decided ahead of the Financial Crime Conference in November 2016, to nomiate Marie Curie as the SOCEX Charity going forward. Thanks to founding sponsor, Altia Solutions, who have also provided the whisky at each conference.
Over 180 delegates from the Financial Crime Investigation community attended the inaugural SOCEX Financial Crime Conference at Staverton Park on the 30 November and 1 December 2016.
His Honour Judge Michael Hopmeier willbe guest speaker at the Financial Crime Conference dinner on Wednesday 30 November at Staverton Park.
The venue, Carden Park near Chester, has been selected to host the 2017 annual SOCEX Conference from Monday 15 - Tuesday 16 May.
This SOCEX series is based upon the solid foundation of two National Serious and Organised Crime Conferences during the last two years. Both of these Conferences were sold out and were attended by high level strategic professionals from Law Enforcement Agencies from across the UK, Europe and America.
A second conference focussing on covert legislation will take place during 2017 as part of the SOCEX series of events.
The key themes and speakers have now been announced for the forthcoming SOCEX Financial Crime Conference between 30 November and 1 December.