Fraud Risk Management for Banking, Financial Sectors and Insurance (BFSI)
This event will focus on various prevention methods for sophisticated frauds and offer simple and practicable solutions to deter fraud and maintain better image, reputation and revenues. Financial institutions are challenged today by creative criminals using sophisticated fraud tactics, evolving regulations and legislation, increasing pressure to release new and innovative products, and the imperative to enhance customer experience to improve acquisition and retention.
Fraud is an ever-growing phenomenon all over the world and India has not been isolated. Awareness levels are increasing and so are the sophisticated fraudsters. Cyber crime and mobile banking fraud takes the top position to the latest trend in fraudulent activities. The risk of fraud can be reduced through a combination prevention, deterrence, investigation and detection methods.
However, fraud can be difficult to detect because it often involves concealment through falsification of documents and collusion among management and employees. Very simply organizations who fail to prevent fraud will run in losses and suffer a reputation downfall. Therefore, it is important to place a strong emphasis on fraud prevention which reduces the chances of fraud taking place.
Date: 22nd - 23rd November, 2012
Venue: Novotel, Juhu Beach, Mumbai
- Establishing appropriate "tone at the top" and organizational culture in preventing fraud
- Uncovering fraud prone areas and raising red flags for effective fraud risk analysis and assessment
- Gaining insights into some of the best practices which have successfully minimized fraud and its impact
- Executing proactive fraud detection and deterrence in cyber space crime
- Establishing strategies and methods to mitigate mobile banking frauds
Who should attend?
CFOs, CROs, CTOs, CIOs, CISOs, Director's, Presidents, Vice-Presidents, General Managers, Asst General Managers, Managers, within:
- Internal Audit
- Risk management
- Law Enforcement
- Regulatory Affairs
From the BFSI sectors including law enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies
Ms. Sharon Chew
Marcus Evans Kuala Lumpur,
Suite A-20-1, Level 20
Hampshire Place Office, 157 Hampshire, 1,
Jalan Mayang Sari
50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Fax: +603-2723 6699