SFA in partnership with the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) is delighted to invite members to join an in-depth briefing on common financial frauds for small businesses and security measures to protect SMEs from the threat.
Taking place on Wednesday, March 29th from 12:15pm - 2.30pm at BPFI Offices, Floor 3, One Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, where a light lunch will be provided on arrival from 12:15pm - 1:00pm.
To register see here.
Discussions will include:
- fraud prevention measures specifically for SMEs;
- types of fraud that SMEs must be especially wary of;
- behaviours of employees in the Working From Home environment that leave SMEs particularly vulnerable to fraud.
Speakers and panellists include:
Opening Remarks: Brian Hayes, Chief Executive, BPFI;
Keynote Address: Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, T.D.;
- Chair: Niamh Davenport, Head of Financial Crime, BPFI;
- Elizabeth Bowen, Public Affairs Lead , Small Firms Association;
- Detective Chief Superintendent Pat Lordan, Head of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau;
- Nora Owen, former Minister for Justice; and
- John Deane-O’Keeffe, Criminologist and Lecturer in Forensic Psychology.
This is a free and important event for all small businesses as the threat of financial fraud is on the rise.