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Upcoming events

Working for the Big 4

Future Fraud Professionals Network career talks
Finding your future

Over the next 12 months the Future Fraud Professionals Network is hosting an exclusive series of free ‘career talks’ lunchtime webinars.

These webinars will provide new counter fraud professionals and students with insight into the various career opportunities available in the fields of fraud and financial crime, as well as guidance on how to develop the skills and experience needed.

Guest speakers include

Roy Waligora, Partner – Forensic, KPMG LLP

Roy is the Head of Investigations and Corporate Forensic for KPMG in the UK and has over 22 years specialist experience in forensic accounting investigations and disputes with KPMG around the world. Roy’s sector focus includes financial services, oil and gas and mining clients amongst other public and private sector clients. His experience includes fraud, corruption and financial investigations, quantification of losses, litigation support and expert testimony.


Eve Ullstein, Senior Manager – Forensic, KPMG LLP

Eve is an experienced Senior Manager at KPMG with more than 15 years of experience delivering audit and forensic engagements to financial services and corporates clients. In recent years she has stepped away from client work to take the role of Performance Leader for Corporates Forensic in the UK. This role requires her to work closely with leadership to drive improved commercial and client performance by creating highly engaged teams and developing top talent.

The Future Fraud Professionals Network are a community for new professionals looking to develop their skills in the counter-fraud sector as well as students looking to enter into an anti-fraud career. Our focus is on supporting new professionals in their career and skills progression, and providing guidance for anyone looking to embark upon a career in the anti-fraud arena. We seek to increase engagement, support and awareness of the major issues in the counter-fraud community.


29 January 2021


12:00 - 12:45





Costs FAP / FFPN members, Free