Run as a collaboration between professional advisors, industry members and governmental agencies, the objective of the NI Fraud Forum is simple: to promote fraud awareness, to allow members to understand how best to mitigate against the risks involved, and to increase knowledge of how to respond effectively to fraud.

If you would like to learn more on how to become a member then please go to our membership section.

Upcoming Masterclass - Wednesday 4th September

Join us for the next NI Fraud Forum masterclass on sustainability fraud on Wednesday 4th September 2024 starting at 8:30am in KPMG’s offices at the Soloist Building, Lanyon Place, Belfast. See details on our events page or register using the Eventbrite link below

TACKLING ECONOMIC CRIME AWARDS 2024

15th November 2024 - Novotel London West



The Tackling Economic Crime Awards are now open for nominations

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The NI Fraud Forum is supporting the Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs) 2024. 

Nominations for an award are now open. The TECAs are open to anyone working in the UK – operating in the public, private and third sectors. The awards recognise and reward individuals, teams initiatives and companies involved in tackling different areas of economic crime. The awards are designed to be both independent and inclusive, providing an opportunity for outstanding performers, whether buyers or suppliers to be recognised and their success to be celebrated

TACKLING ECONOMIC CRIME AWARDS 2023 - WINNERS

Outstanding Security Manager/Director – Nick Bell, Detective Superintendent and CEO – National Cyber Resilience Centre

Outstanding Team – Fraud Investigation Service (FIS) – Economic Crime (Operations), HMRC

Outstanding New Product, Software or Technology – Cifas

Outstanding Investigator – Simon Cordell, City of London Police

Outstanding Partnership (sponsored by Cifas) – Tenet and The University of Birmingham

Outstanding Public Sector/Law Enforcement Initiative – Operation Elaborate led by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

Outstanding Private/Third Sector Initiative – Hertfordshire Beacon Romance Fraud Peer Support Group (RFPSG) – Catch 22

Outstanding Young Professional – Alexander Hansen, Compliance and Relationship Manager, National Hunter

Outstanding Female Economic Crime Professional – Dr Elisabeth Carter – Kingston University

Outstanding Individual Contribution to Tackling Economic Crime (sponsored by Experian) – David Gillies, Essex Police

Outstanding Overseas Iniative – Matt Vega, Director of Fraud Strategy – Novo

Lifetime Achievement – Rachael Tiffen, Director Public Sector and Learning, Cifas

Summaries of all the winners achievements can be found at: https://thetecas.com/2023-winners-summaries/

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