The 8th Biennial Fraud and Financial Crime Conference Fraud and Financial Crime in the age of home working

Walkers is delighted to invite you to attend our 8th Biennial Fraud and Financial Crime Conference, which for the first time is to be presented virtually. COVID-19 caused a huge proportion of the global work force to become default home workers. Changes in working practices look set to continue post-pandemic and there is evidence that working from home (WFH) has created fertile ground for cybercriminals, fraudsters and those looking to launder illicit funds. As further lockdowns and increased flexible working policies impact upon traditional office-based security models, Walkers' 2020 Fraud and Financial Crime Conference will take an in-depth look at key commercial, employment and regulatory issues in order to help financial services businesses navigate the changing working landscape.

Risks of WFH: What should an FSB do if an employee goes rogue

Sarah Brehaut - Walkers Partner, Guernsey

Victoria Pratt - Walkers Senior Counsel, Guernsey

Daniel Read - Walkers Senior Counsel, Jersey

Tuesday 17 Nov 2020


Case study: Asset preservation and recovery

Adam Cole - Walkers Partner, Guernsey

Charles Thomson - Baker McKenzie Partner, London

Wednesday 18 Nov 2020


Regulatory perspectives: Compliance and WFH

Alison Ozanne - Walkers Partner, Guernsey

Stephen Trevor - LMRR Partner, Guernsey

Kate Rabey Crown Advocate, Legislative Counsel, Law Officers of the Crown, Guernsey

Thursday 19 Nov 2020


Are you cybersecure? Cybersecurity risks in the current environment

Sara Hall - Walkers Partner, London

Alex Hornsby - Senior Consultant Cyber Risk, Aon Risk Solutions UK

Friday 20 Nov 2020

Registration and Contact

You will only need to register once to attend the series of webinars and will be under no obligation to attend them all. Please note that there will be no charge for attending.

To register for the conference please:

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Sarah BrehautPartnerT +44 (0)1481 748
Adam ColePartnerT +44 (0) 1481 748
Alison OzannePartnerT +44 (0) 1481 748
Victoria PrattSenior CounselT +44 (0)1481 748

Daniel ReadPartnerT +44 (0) 1534 700

Sara HallPartnerT +44 (0)20 7220

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