3 half hour sessions by Frank Nesbitt, Terry McCabe and Steve Mackle.
1) Fraud awareness and current trends – Frank Nesbitt, MD QV Forensics
2) Procurement fraud and case studies – Terry McCabe, Fraud Investigator, QV Forensics
3) Money laundering update – Changes anticipated in the new Money Laundering Regulations and new case studies – Steve Mackle, Operations Director, QV Forensics.
Frank Nesbitt, MD QV Forensics
Frank served as a detective with Northumbria Police, completing 30 years of service, the last 15 of which were attached to the Fraud and Commercial squad of the Economic Crime Unit. Frank has experience in all areas of fraud investigation, from probate fraud to public sector corruption and has a Master’s degree in Fraud Case Management.
On his retirement from law enforcement, Frank was appointed Forensic Services Manager at a top North East accountancy firm where he worked for 6 years. During that time, Frank undertook many complex corporate fraud investigations on behalf of clients throughout the UK. Frank is a member of the Expert Witness Institute for fraud.
Terry McCabe, Fraud Investigator QV Forensics
Terry retired recently as a Detective Sergeant with Durham Constabulary and as well as complex fraud investigations he also lead on investigations into public sector corruption, Election Malpractice and conducted financial investigation. He has established and maintained partnership working with other organisations involved in Fraud/ Financial Investigation. Organisations such as the Serious Organised Crime Agency, National Police Improvement Agency, Crown Prosecution Service, Regional Asset Recovery Team, Her Majesties Revenue and Customs, Local Authority Trading Standards, Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Department of Work and Pensions.
Steve Mackle, Operations Director QV Forensics
Steve is a career detective having served 30 years with Northumbria Police, the National Crime Squad and Specialist Crime Operations. He was a financial intelligence officer investigating organised crime and money laundering and has a diploma in financial investigation.
Since moving into the private sector, he has conducted numerous fraud and financial investigations for corporate and private clients.
Steve also delivers training on anti-money laundering and is qualified to teach in the adult learning sector. He has written guidance on anti-money laundering for members of all four UK housing federations.
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