2022 MFF Annual Conference

  • 30 Jun 2022
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Tally Ho Conference Centre, Pershore Road, Birmingham
  • 104

Registration

  • Entitles attendance at the Conference and all master classes held during the following 12 months before the next Annual Conference
  • 5 membership places. The person registering will be set as the bundle administrator. Please email info@midlandsfraudforum.co.uk with the names and email addresses of your additional members and their choice of breakout sessions.
  • If you are a general member who has registered since our last conference but you wish to attend our annual conference, you can upgrade to a conference membership and purchase a ticket for £70. (Remember your membership will still expire at the yearly anniversary of your registration date)
  • This is a 2 for 1 offer with each PS representative being £65 each, therefore £130 will be invoiced to the organisation for each pair of members. If you need assistance please email our admin info@midlandsfraudforum.co.uk
  • Entry to the MFF Conference and a year's membership including access to master classes

Register

2022 MFF Annual Conference

Thursday 30 June 2022


8.30am - 4.30pm


Venue: Tally Ho Conference Centre

Pershore Road, Birmingham


    


We are pleased to be able to open registration for our 15th Annual Conference and we are very excited to be back in person. We have confirmed some excellent speakers and exhibitors who are well known in their individual fields and are currently speaking to other speakers, sponsors and exhibitors.


Our list of confirmed speakers:


Simon Foster, West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner – Opening Conference

Detective Chief Supt Matt Bradford, City of London Police – Economic Crime Tends and update

Paul Maskall, Fraud and Cybercrime Prevention Manager, DCPCU  Cyber, Fraud and our Emotional Intuition

William Taffe, COO, Lockdown Cyber Security – How cyber fraudsters exploit technology to target, defraud and extort?

Professors Michael Levi and Alan Doig, Cardiff University - Fraud Research Project into public health approach into dealing with Fraud

Nick Bell, CEO of National Cyber Resilience Centre Group - National Cyber Resilience Centre Group and NPCC National Cybercrime Programme

Ari Alibhai, Barrister at QEB Hollis Whiteman Chambers - Fighting IP Crime: Private Prosecutions

Mark Wilson, Partner, RSM UKFraud Recoveries in Insolvency Cases




Confirmed Sponsors:

    

                   

            

         


If your firm would like to sponsor or exhibit at our event please get in touch using the Contact Us page.


As a sponsor, a presence at our conference gives you direct access to our members, with the opportunity to demonstrate your products or services. We are expecting around 300 delegates to attend our Conference including senior representatives from a wide range of organisations

 


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