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Members’ meetings


A meeting where members with shared interest and/or expertise can discuss current trends and developments in relation to cybercrime. Topics for discussion are:

  • National Audit Office online fraud study
  • Is the cybercrime landscape too crowded?
  • Current trends and developments in online fraud and cybercrime
  • Update on Fraud Advisory Panel activities

2 March 2017


17:00 - 18:30




Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place EC2R 6EA

Type of meeting Interest


Terms and conditions

The Fraud Advisory Panel’s terms and conditions for members’ meetings are set out in full below. These are different to the terms and conditions for our events.

Who can attend?

Attendance at Fraud Advisory Panel members’ meetings is limited to members and invited guests only.

Frequency of meetings

Each UK regional group meets twice a year for about two hours. Each interest group meets three times a year in London for about one-and-a-half to two hours.

London-based members’ meetings are usually held at Chartered Accountants’ Hall, Moorgate Place, London EC2R 6EA, unless specified otherwise. Other venues vary. Please check meeting dates and venues carefully.

Chatham House Rule

All our members’ meetings are held under the Chatham House Rule to allow participants to speak as individuals and to express views that may not necessarily be those of their organisations. In practice this means that members may use the information received at meetings but must not reveal the identity or organisation of any of the speakers or other participants.

For more information visit the Chatham House website.


All members of the Fraud Advisory Panel are expected to behave with integrity and probity. Group participants are expected to respect the views and opinions expressed by fellow members, adhere to the Chatham House Rule, and to avoid unnecessary identification of other organisations that may or may not be present at a meeting.

Members may not use the members’ groups as vehicles for commercial gain. You are welcome to network after meetings and other Panel events but must not promote your professional services and/or businesses during them.

The board of trustee directors reserves the right to restrict an individual’s participation in any members’ group if they consistently fail to adhere to this code of conduct.

Use of alternates

Members may appoint an alternate to represent them at a maximum of two meetings each calendar year. Wherever possible this person should be a member of the Fraud Advisory Panel. Please tell us about any alternates before a meeting.