It is no longer a feasible option to adopt a purely reactive approach to fraud. The latest Office for National Statistics figures for the 12 months ending March 2021 compared to the 12 months ending March 2020, show incidents of fraud growing by 26%.
Given its role in society, it is crucially important that the pensions sector is properly protected to mitigate the surge in fraud.
Join specialists from Crowe, Burges Salmon and the Pensions Regulator as we discuss the impact of fraud and what you need to do to protect your pension scheme.
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The counter fraud landscape
An overview of the PRAG Counter Fraud Guidance
The latest techniques by fraudsters you need to be aware of
The Pensions Regulator’s expectations to counter fraud
What to do if you have been defrauded
Prosecution and financial recovery – what are your options?
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 · 10:00 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend?Everyone
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I am National Head of the Forensic Services team at Crowe UK. My team helps organisations to protect themselves against a variety of problems such as cybercrime, fraud, bribery and corruption and, where necessary, if your protection fails, to...