We're delighted to be returning to Sadler's Wells for the fourth year for the Fraud Women's Network 10th Annual Event.
17:30hrs to 18:30hrs - Registration and Reception Drinks
18:30hrs to 19:30hrs - Speakers with Q&A
19:30 hrs to 21:00hrs - Networking Reception
All attendees of the FWN Annual Event will receive a 20% Discount on tickets to Sadler’s Wells events (if tickets purchased on day of the FWN Annual Event).
Our esteemed speakers will be addressing the subject of fraud and how it funds terrorism, and the new forms of terrorist financing.
Click here to register for this event. If you'd like to invite guests (male and female), they would be welcome to attend and can register on the website.
Detective Superintendent, Paul Barnard, City of London Police. Paul has over 28 years’ varied experience within the City of London Police including leading one of the first response teams to the scene of the Aldgate bombing in July 2005. Paul has extensive experience in heading various departments within the Economic Crime Directorate – including the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit. In June 2015 Paul was awarded a Degree in Applied Criminology from Cambridge University. Paul is now the Head of the City of London Police Special Branch and Counter Terrorism, protecting the national interests of the UK. Paul has an excellent appreciation of the importance of the City of London to UK plc and the role the police take in supporting the continued success of the 'Square Mile' and he has worked in close co-operation and partnership with public and private sector agencies.
Dr.Inês Sofia de Oliveira. Inês is a Research Fellow at RUSI within the Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies. Prior to joining RUSI, Inês lectured on International Relations and International Law at the University of St Andrews and the University of Edinburgh. Previously, Inês worked as a public affairs consultant in Brussels on issues related to European law, public policy and governance. Inês was also a researcher for the National Defense Institute, in Lisbon. Inês holds a PhD in Politics from the University of Edinburgh. Her thesis, ‘Anti-Money Laundering: the conditions for global governance and harmonisation’, focused on the FATF 40 Recommendations and the role that international organisations play in their realisation. Inês further holds an LLM in International Law from the University of Edinburgh where her dissertation focused on the international efforts to regulate the drug trafficking threat. She also holds a degree in International Relations from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, and read European Studies at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands. Current research focus includes the study of: compliance, data protection and information sharing provisions in the context of anti-money laundering and counter terrorism finance, the use of financial intelligence, FATF's 4th mutual evaluation round and the assessment of effectiveness, financial crime and new technologies, counter terrorism policy and law, and new forms of terrorist financing e.g. the antiquities market. Inês is also interested on doing research in human trafficking, drug trafficking and the governance of these issues at an international level.
The Fraud Women’s Network is extremely grateful to the following companies for their kind support: