Central London



The Fighting Fraud and Eliminating Errors across the Public Sector Summit looked at the latest strategies, approaches and technologies used to help effectively prevent, tackle and eliminate fraud and error. Fraud costs the UK public sector nearly £21 billion a year.

Key topics for 2017 included:

  • Successfully sharing & protecting data across the public sector
  • Effectively measuring, monitoring & managing financial leakage
  • Counter fraud: Creating a profession for Government
  • Business rate changes: What should we expect?
  • Criminal Finances Act 2017

Who attended?

  • Audit Managers
  • Counter Fraud Managers
  • Fraud and Investigations Managers
  • Internal Auditors
  • Heads of Audit and Risk Management
  • Heads of Business Rates
  • Heads of Counter Fraud & Investigation
  • Heads of Frauds
  • Heads of Non-Domestic Rates
  • Heads of Procurement
  • Heads of Revenues & Benefit

Confirmed speakers for 2017 included:

  • Janet Alexander, Professional Services Manager, IRRV
  • Hannah von Dadelszen, Head of Division, Serious Fraud Office
  • Nick Jennings, Counter Fraud Manager, Hertfordshire County Council
  • Andrew Rose, Senior Policy Officer, Information Commissioner’s Office
  • Nigel Kirby, Deputy Director Economic Crime Command, National Crime Agency 
  • Mark Cheeseman, Deputy Director, Fraud, Error, Debts and Grants, Cabinet Office
  • Aileen Murphie, Director of Value for Money for DCLG & Local Government, National Audit Office
  • Professor Chris Hankin, Director, Institute for Security Science & Technology, Imperial College London
  • Professor Mark Button, Director, Centre for Counter Fraud Studies, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth


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