Centre for Counter Fraud Studies
Counter Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference 2016
Centre for Counter Fraud Studies Conference (CCFS)/Portsmouth Business School Accounting Group (PBSAG)
The CCFS and PBSAG of the University of Portsmouth held the 2016 conference on Tuesday 7th June in Portsmouth.
Presentations were given by:
- Professor Matthew Weait, Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences – Welcome address
- Sue Nightingale, Forensic Senior Manager, Roffe Swayne - It’s good to talk: The importance of effective communications in international investigations
- Mr. Huw Watkins, Head of Intelligence at the UK Intellectual Property Office. The OPSON Journey – Why look at fake and illicit foods in the UK?
- Mr. Eoghan Daly,– Policy and Technical Advisor, The Institute of Food Safety, Integrity and Protection (TiFSiP) - Applying counter fraud in the food and drink industry: learning from other sectors.
- Mr. Mark Cheeseman, Deputy Director, Cross Government Fraud and Error Policy. Fraud, Error and Debt Team, Cabinet Office - Professionalising Counter-Fraud in Government: Moving beyond Investigation.
- Mr. Carlo van Heuckelom, Head of the Economic Crime and Forgery of Money Unit, Europol – Fraud: crime as a service.
- Mr. Jim Gee, Chair of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies & Partner and Head of Counter Fraud Services - PKF Littlejohn LLP - The Annual Fraud Indicator 2016.
- Mr. Oliver May, consultant, author and speaker on tackling fraud and corruption in the humanitarian and global development sector - Reducing Fraud in Global Development.
- Mr. John Baker, Director (Forensic Accounting Services), Moore Stephens - Fighting Fraud and Corruption Overseas
to name but a few here.
Should you require any further information please contact either:
- Mr. Dean Blackbourn, Lecturer in Counter Fraud Studies, or
- Mrs. Karen Nixon, Projects Administrator.
Previous conference papers can be found below.