To provide a discussion forum for members and similar minded organisations within the United Kingdom and overseas.
To promote an open and co-operative environment between the membership in both the public and private sectors.
To encourage the recruitment of new members throughout the region.
To establish sound working relationships with similar fraud forums in the UK and overseas.
To formulate strategic alliances by collaboration with relative consumer, law enforcement, regulatory and charitable bodies.
To identify fraud risks and define fraud methods to promote awareness and shared good practice to enable the membership to manage fraud effectively.
To organise conferences, seminars or masterclasses on subjects relating to its objects in the fight against fraudulent actions.
To develop and deliver a recognised training programme to assist members in their management of antifraud strategies and development of fraud risk management controls for the benefit of the membership.
To identify fraud management opportunities with the emphasis on prevention and thereby promote developments and research by seeking to arrange the publication of the results of any antifraud strategies.
To provide the opportunity through feedback and surveys to assess the general effectiveness of the Midlands Fraud Forum initiatives.
To seek to provide support and input to effective protective legislation and ensure the promotion and adoption of security recommendations.
Act as the common example for similar initiatives across the UK and overseas.
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