A decade on from the HBOS scandal this executive breakfast briefing will take a deep dive into the case and take stock of the significant challenges faced by counter-fraud professionals to ensure fair access to justice for those affected by fraud and financial crime, especially SMEs.
This event will provide a timely update on:
- The impact of the HBOS fraud on its victims.
- The practical challenges faced by law enforcement and prosecutors in large corporate frauds.
- The work of the APPG on Fair Business Banking to support SME victims.
- The key lessons that can be learnt from HBOS and how these can be used to inform proactive action to support victims.
Nick Gould, Aria Grace Law
Brian O’Neill QC, 2 Hare Court
Anthony Stansfeld, Police Crime Commissioner, Thames Valley
Kevin Hollinrake MP Thirsk and Malton, Co-chair, All Party Parliamentary Group on Fair Business Banking
In the chair
Arun Chauhan, Deputy Chair, Fraud Advisory Panel
Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 we would like to reassure members that we have taken the necessary precautions to ensure this event will be able to run virtually if required.
5 August 2020Time
08:30 - 10:30 (registration and light breakfast from 08:00 )Location
Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EACosts FAP member £20+VAT; Non-member £30+VAT