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Individuals and organisations join the Fraud Advisory Panel because they are concerned about the harm caused by fraud and they want to do something about it. Our varied activities are an excellent way to keep up to date, exchange insights, share best practice and make a difference.

  • All Members
    • Networking and relationship-building with like-minded professionals 
    • Exchanging information, ideas and best practice 
    • Access to multidisciplinary members’ groups and regional forums 
    • Preferential rates and priority booking for our events (some free of charge) 
    • A chance to influence public policy and law reform on fraud 
    • Regular updates on the latest anti-fraud developments 
    • Access to our members’ LinkedIn group 
    • Plentiful opportunities to work in the public interest to address the concerns of  business, the professions and the general public. 
  • Corporates
    • The same benefits as 'all members' (outlined above)
    • The right to have an unlimited number of nominated employees involved in our activities 
    • A dedicated relationship manager 
    • Preferential rates for our events for all employees 
    • A corporate profile on our website 
    • Complimentary places to some events 
    • Opportunities to host and speak at our events 
    • Future fraud professionals network for employees with less than five years’ experience 
    • A ‘corporate member’ logo for use on stationery and websites 
    • An annual networking event for corporate members and guests 
    • A free professional training session on a fraud-related subject of choice 
    • Public demonstration of your commitment to supporting initiatives that fight fraud. 
  • Students (associate)
    • The same benefits as 'all members' (outlined above)
    • Networking opportunities with practitioners, prospective employees and fellow students 
    • Access to regular career clinics and social events 
    • Dedicated student forums on Facebook and LinkedIn 
    • Contributing to projects with formal acknowledgement in published works 
    • Up to two events each year free-of-charge (subject to availability) 
    • Eligibility to apply for our mentoring scheme. 

Members’ meetings

We support our UK-based members with a regular programme of free meetings. Attendance is limited to members and invited guests only.

Visit our events for details of upcoming meetings.

UK regional groups

Our UK regional groups bring together local members to discuss local issues. We have groups in:

  • London and the South East
  • Midlands
  • Northern Ireland
  • Scotland
  • South West and Wales.

These groups give you the opportunity to exchange views, experiences and best practice, hear from expert guest speakers and build supportive local networks and contacts.

Each group meets twice a year for about two hours and concludes with an informal drinks reception to encourage networking and relationship-building.

Interest groups

Our interest groups bring together members with shared interests and/or expertise in the following areas:

  • cybercrime
  • investigation and legal process
  • prevention and detection.

Each group meets three times a year in London for about one-and-a-half hours.


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