We 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.
- regular professional events and webinars
- dedicated LinkedIn community
- self-funding social events.
Kindly sponsored by
Membership is free and open to professionals with less than five years' experience working in the field as well as students who are interested in pursuing an anti-fraud career.
We particularly welcome and encourage the involvement of new professionals working in firms that are corporate members of the Fraud Advisory Panel.
Subscribe to the Future Fraud Professional's mailing list here
We run regular events ranging from professional interest events to career clinics, and offer opportunities to socialise with other fraud professionals. This gives our members a chance to find out more about the anti-fraud community, gain valuable career insights and build their professional networks.
We also work closely with the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe's (COBCOE) young professionals network to increase engagement with the business sphere and widen networking opportunities even further.
Register now for our series of 'Know-how?' seminars:
Practical investigation tools for the new professional: collecting evidence
Investigative interviewing: developing an effective strategy (coming soon)
Demystifying disclosure: an introduction for new professionals (coming soon)
Tara Prendergast, EY - Co-chair
Jamie Roberts, Kroll - Co-chair
Divya Devadoss, EY
Alistair Franke, PwC
Jessica Lightowler, British Council
Sean McGuiness, DLA Piper