Roundtable: Internal Fraud
It is an unfortunate reality that fraud can occur from within your organisation. According to Cifas, the most prevalent form of dishonest action was theft of cash from an employer, followed by theft of cash from a customer. What are the appropriate measures for preventing internal fraud and how can we empower staff to raise concerns or any wrongdoing?
Join Forums International, CICM and Graydon for an open roundtable discussion on this important and sensitive topic.
- 12:00 Welcome & Introductions
- 12:10 Panel discussion
- 12:40 Open discussion, Q&A
- 13:00 Wrap up & Close.
Andy MayoSenior Group Fraud Manager, Vodafone Group
Andy Mayo is responsible for fraud management across the Vodafone Group. Vodafone Group is one of the world’s leading technology communications providers, connecting people and organisations of all sizes to the digital society. Vodafone has extensive experience in connectivity, convergence and the Internet of Things, as well as championing mobile financial services and digital transformation in emerging markets.
Vodafone Group has mobile operations in 22 countries, partners with mobile networks in 43 more, and fixed broadband operations in 17 markets. As of 30 June 2020, Vodafone Group had 625 million mobile customers, 27 million fixed broadband customers and 22 million TV customers.
Prior to joining Vodafone, Andy worked for Accenture, where he was able to share his expertise in fraud management and fraud analytics across a variety of industries including retail, telecoms, public sector, health insurance, and wealth management. Andy is also the Deputy Chair of the GSMA Fraud and Security Group and an Advisory Committee member for the Fraud Advisory Panel (FAP).
Toni SlessChair & Founder of the Fraud Women’s Network
Toni is a Fraud Risk Management Consultant who provides strategic and advisory services to organisations relating to fraud risk strategy and governance, policies and procedures, internal fraud and end to end audit of fraud processes. Toni is also the founder and Chairwoman of the Fraud Women’s Network, which was established in 2007. Toni is a Trustee Board Member of the African Community School, Hackney and, also sits on the Editorial Board of the Public Sector Counter Fraud Journal providing guidance and oversight to the Cabinet Office’s Centre of Expertise for Counter Fraud.
In her spare time, Toni mentors many women in various disciplines including cyber security and fraud prevention and continues to drive the Fraud Women’s Network to support women working in the arena. Toni also works with her local community promoting local interests, improving housing conditions, amenities, security and the environment.
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