ACFE June Event: Insights from Deloitte’s 2017 bribery and corruption survey

Unfortunately, the presentation by Chris Cass on ‘Learnings from the Tabcorp prosecution – blending financial crime challenges’ had to be deferred to a later date due to unforeseen circumstances beyond Chris’ control.

Instead, Deloitte’s Director, Forensic Risk Advisory, Oliver May, will speak about ‘Insights from Deloitte’s 2017 bribery and corruption survey’.

If you would like to withdraw from the event and require a refund, please contact the treasurer, by emailing to treasurer@acfesydney.org.au.

Please accept our apologies for the last minute change of topic.

Kind regards,

ACFE Sydney


ABOUT:

Last week, Deloitte published One Step Ahead, its 2017 bribery and corruption report which provides insights from its regular survey of Australian and New Zealand risk leaders.

With New Zealand’s public sector perceived to be the least corrupt in the world and Australia not far behind, are Australasian organisations doing enough to stay ahead of these dynamic risks? Despite growing public scrutiny, political concern and recognition of the reputational threat, Deloitte’s survey suggests potentially not.

In this session, Deloitte will share insights from the survey and facilitate a discussion about the implications. How are the risks developing, and what do Australian and New Zealand businesses need to do to stay one step ahead?


Oliver May

Oliver May – Director, Forensic,
Deloitte Risk Advisory Pty Ltd

PRESENTER:

Oliver May led the project to deliver Deloitte’s 2017 bribery report. He is a Director in Deloitte’s forensic practice, specialising in investigations, framework development, and capacity-building across fraud and corruption issues.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Oliver led the internal anti-fraud and corruption department at the international aid agency Oxfam GB, helping it to reduce fraud, corruption, terrorist financing and money-laundering across its 54 countries of operation and 31,000 staff and volunteers.

A former warranted officer of the UK’s Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA, now the National Crime Agency), Oliver is an accredited criminal investigator and crime analyst. He is the author of Fighting Fraud and Corruption in the Humanitarian and Global Development Sector (Routledge, 2016), and a regular writer and speaker on fraud and corruption. Recently he has written for theGuardian, the FCPA Blog, the London School of Economics and various non-profit trade press publications.


EVENT DETAILS:

Date Tuesday, 27 June 2017
CPE 1 CPE
Location Deloitte Risk Advisory
225 George Street
Sydney
Agenda 5:15 pm Registration
5:30 pm Presentation by Oliver May
6:20 pm Networking & drinks
8:00 pm Event concludes
Payment If you would like to withdraw from the event and require a refund, please contact the treasurer, by emailing to treasurer@acfesydney.org.au
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