With the arrival of the winter months it can only mean one thing – it is time for the 4th annual SOCEX Economic Crime Conference.
The SOCEX Economic Crime Conference is a gathering of practitioners and managers from across the United Kingdom and beyond to pinpoint and investigate this rapidly evolving crime sector.
Past SOCEX events have brought together premium presentations from law enforcement, partner agencies, the Home Office, HMRC, third sector, academics and more to provide different perspectives and insights on how to understand and tackle economic crime. This year’s conference is set to be no different in maintaining this extremely high level of knowledge and insight.
The conference provides the perfect opportunity to discuss and exchange the best practices relating to the detection, prosecution and strategic management of fraud and money laundering along with all other aspects of economic crime.
The aim is to increase knowledge and awareness of how to tackle economic crime with a holistic approach.
Delegates attending the conference will be exposed to the most up to date and cutting-edge approaches to investigations, intelligence whilst also learning good practices that the delegates can immediately transfer to their own investigations.
The conference runs over two days and includes: keynote speakers, breakout sessions, panel discussions and a ministerial address. There is also a conference dinner on the Tuesday night for those who have opted to attend.
We are also excited to announce the inaugural SOCEX lecture taking place on the eve of the conference (Monday 25th November). This year the two speakers are Tony Sales – the Director of Strategy for We Fight Fraud – as well as Oliver Bullough – an award-wining journalist and author of Money Land: Why Thieves & Crooks Now Rule the World & How to Take it Back. This is set to be a great and informative evening with more information regarding the lectures to follow.
Delegates will get to attend four workshops of their choice. The selection registration for these workshops will go online this week. Please keep an eye out for this.
A conference app will also be made available in the leadup to the event. This app is there to aid your conference experience; providing you with maps, agendas, notifications and a question forum.
If you have not yet signed up for the conference – it is not too late. Although the SOCEX Conference Accommodation is now full, Day Delegate Packages are still available.
We cannot wait to see you all there.
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