National Public Sector Fraud & Corruption Congress

 8th Annual National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress

 25-26 July 2018, Royce Hotel Melbourne

The National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress is specifically designed and tailored for three levels of the Australian government to address one common challenge: how best to flight fraud and corruption. Now in its 8th year, the congress brings together senior executives, experts and professionals to discuss best practices and strategic solutions to prevent, detect and deter fraud, corruption and misconduct.

With case studies presented by practitioners from overseas and domestic, it will provide an exceptional learning experience for you to take back practical solutions and apply in your own organisation.

Join the brightest minds who will delve into key issues including:

  • Using proactive detection procedures to identify misconduct behaviours
  • Defending against insider threats
  • Eliminating conflicts of interests in procurement
  • Purpose-built data analytics – the smarter way to detect fraudulent and corruption incidents
  • Building cyber security and protecting your organisation from cyber threats
  • Improving protections for whistleblowers to reduce the risks of blowing the whistle
  • Transforming investigations with effective use of forensic technology

Early confirmed speakers include:

Keynote address:

Michael Kelly, Assistant Legal Attaché, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Embassy – Canberra

 Two rare private sector insights:

  • Grant Wilson, Head of Group Investigations, Ethics and Integrity, Rio Tinto
  • Dima Katchalov, Technology Area Lead, Financial Crime & Retail Decisioning, ANZ

 An expert speaking panel:

  • John Roderick McKechnie, Commissioner, Corruption and Crime Commission
  • Lionel Riley, Assistant Secretary, Assurance Branch, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
  • Ali Noroozi, B.Eng LLB LLM, Inspector- General of Taxation
  • Danny Williams, Chief Risk and Fraud Officer, Defence Housing Australia
  • Kate Ferry, Acting Manager Criminal Assets, Fraud & Anti-Corruption, Australian Federal Police
  • Kerrie McNicol, Manager, Corporate Integrity, Department of Health and Human Services VIC
  • Dean Blakemore, Area Manager, Accident Compensation Corporation New Zealand
  • Craig Bevan-Davies, Corruption Control Consultant, Department for Health and Ageing SA
  • Cecilia Tse, Head of Risk, Auckland Council
  • John Warburton, Deputy General Manager Community and Engagement, Inner West Council
  • Rob Pedder, Manager Legal Support, Internal Ombudsman, City of Casey

 Don’t miss this unique opportunity to transform your anti-fraud and corruption program in 2018.

Please click here to see the agenda.

Don’t miss out, register now:

Email: register@intrepidminds.com.au

Call: +61 2 9279 2608

Mail: Suite 302, 32 York St, Sydney NSW 2000