Centre for Counter Fraud Studies

Conference 2011

Counter Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference 2011 

Over 150 delegates attended the 2011 conference.


  • Welcome
    Dr David Arrell, Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Portsmouth.
  • Progress in Countering Fraud
    Stephen Harrison, Director of Enforcement, National Fraud Authority
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  • Measuring and Reducing the Real Cost of Fraud – the 2011 Update
    Jim Gee, Director of Counter Fraud Services, PKF and Chair of the CCFS.
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  • Perspectives on Forensic Accounting
    Kay Linnell, Partner, Kay Linnell and Co and Master of the Worshipful Company of Arbitrators
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  • Occupational Fraud: A Perspective from an SME
    David Shepherd, Research Student, University of Portsmouth
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  • The Impact of Fraud on an SME: Learning from the Experience
  • Exploring the Forensic Accounting Market in the UK: An Interpretive Approach
    Sara Hegazy, Middlesex University.
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  • The Impact of the Privacy Laws on The Investigation of Fraud by non law enforcement investigators.
    Chris Brogan MA LLM FSyI, Managing Director Security International Ltd
  • Investigative Interviewing
    Dr Becky Milne, Director Centre of Forensic Interviewing
  • Quantifying Losses and Tracing Assets
    David Dearman, Partner, PKF.
  • The Extent of Serious and Organised Fraud in the Cyber Space.
    Andy Auld, Head of Intelligence Unit E-crime-SOCA
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  • Cyber fraud exposed: Lifting the lid on rogue anti-virus programs
    David Emm, Head of Antivirus Research Kaspersky Lab Solutions.
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  • Smartphone Security Risks and Exploits: What steps can users take to mitigate these risks and protect themselves from fraud and criminal activity?
    Nigel Stanley, Director Incoming Thought Ltd
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  • Internet Auction Fraud: the evolving nature of online auctions criminality and the mitigating framework to address the threat.
    Azeem Aleem, University of Portsmouth
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  • Match Fixing: The use ‘technology’ to monitor fraud and corruption in sport
    Graham Brooks, University of Portsmouth
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  • A Systems Approach to Fraud Risk Management
    Prof A G Hessami Director, Vega Systems
  • The Audit Commission fraud and corruption survey
    Duncan Warmington, Audit Commission
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  • Another Case of Old Wine in New Bottles? The Coalition's Misguided Strategy to Reduce Benefit Fraud.
    Martin Tunley, Lecturer, Birmingham City University.
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  • Assessing the Public Sector’s Resilience to Fraud: The Best and the Worst
    Dr Mark Button, University of Portsmouth
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  • Tenancy Fraud
    Alan Bryce, Head of Counter Fraud, Audit Commission
  • Electoral Fraud
    Rt Hon Bruce George
  • Intellectual Property Fraud and Reputation Risk
    Professor Garry Honey
  • Meet the Authors: 
    Nigel Iyer and Garry Honey: A Short Guide to Fraud Risk (2010) & A Short Guide to Reputation Risk (2010). Aldershot: Gower.
    Michael Jones (2010) Creative Accounting, Fraud and International Accounting Scams. Chichester: Wiley
    Peter Tickner (2010) How to be a Successful Frauditor. Chichester: Wiley
  • Using Intelligence Processes in Fraud Risk Management.
    Alan Day, Senior Audit & Investigations Manager - Fraud & Security for Transport for London
  • The First Portsmouth Public Attitudes to Fraud Survey
    Dr Andrea Shawyer

Conference Sponsored by PKF