We recently held a series of webinars to mark International Fraud Awareness Week 2020. The webinars included discussions on a broad range of current and emerging financial crime trends and provided insights into how governments and businesses are responding. Each of the sessions are available below for you to watch at any time.
Cyber-crime case study
Australian Federal Police Agent Mitchell Pearson-Goff and McGrathNicol Partners, Blare Sutton and Robin Tarr present a real-life case study of a recent business email compromise which resulted in a significant loss for the victim organisation. The panel explore aspects of the case including the cyber-security weaknesses, the immediate response by the organisation, the investigation and the aftermath.
FCX Financial Crime update
McGrathNicol Partners Michael Dunnett, Graham Newton, Robin Tarr and Senior Manager, Kelly Rigby provide insights on current financial crime trends and discuss lessons learned from recent investigations. The discussion led by McGrathNicol Forensic Partner, Matt Fehon, examines emerging financial crime threats for 2021 and beyond.
Proposed Commonwealth Integrity Commission
Join our expert panel including Alan MacSporran QC (Chairperson, Queensland CCC), Professor AJ Brown (Leader, Centre for Governance & Public Policy, Griffith University), Kate Griffiths (Fellow, Grattan Institute) and the Hon Anthony Whealy QC (former judge NSW Court of Appeal and Chair of the Centre for Public Integrity) who discuss the current proposal for a Federal anti-corruption commission.
Transnational crime with Professor Rob McCusker
Professor McCusker is an internationally recognised transnational crime expert and Director of Global Risk Alliance, academic advisor to the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and Adjunct Associate Professor at Charles Sturt University. Professor McCusker joins for a discussion with McGrathNicol FCX Director, Dean Newlan on transnational crime, anti-corruption and anti-money laundering.