Wednesday, 21 March 2012


Taking place in London on March 27th and 28th at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London. You can't afford to miss the Card Fraud Conference if you are a professional working in the Card and Fraud industry
Who should attend this conference?

  • Fraud and risk directors and managers
  • Consumer credit portfolio managers
  • Audit, forensic, investigation, collection and recovery managers
  • Data analysts
  • Risk decision makers
  • Banks, building societies and other lenders
  • Card issuers
  • Credit reference bureaux
  • Advisers on fraud
  • Law enforcement officers
  • Fraud experts

Key points about this conference – who and what you will hear:

  • The strategic challenges of around the industry – cards payments and new technology including mobile commerce
  • Banking initiatives to tackle fraud, counterfeiting and computer crime from The UK Cards Association, APACS, VISA, ATOS, TSYS, MasterCard, Experian
  • Update on new legal and law enforcement initiatives including leading criminal QC Mark Lucraft and Bill Trueman – this will include a panel discussion led by Anich McIntosh editor of Fraud Watch
  • Issuer and acquirer and scheme perspectives on the UK card industry threats
  • Credit, debit, charge and prepaid issuer and acquirer card fraud risks and industry trends – including a review from Datamonitor
  • Other industry experts, including alternative perspectives from Independent expert; Andrew Churchill; mobile commerce review from mobile phone expert Charles Brookson and Keith Dewey of Ernst & Young
  • Many others and great opportunities to network with the experts
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