Prevention of Fraud in Financial Services Businesses (including Cybercrime)

Course Summary

This course aims to illustrate examples of fraud and demonstrate measures which can prevent it occurring in your business. This is aimed at compliance officers and those staff involved in risk management or operational procedures for a business.


The course will cover examples of frauds that have occurred both locally and nationally, discussing processes and procedures that should be in place to prevent them from occurring. There will be insight into cyber crime and the important role that now plays in fraud in relation to financial services businesses.

Course Benefits

In attending this course, delegates will have a good understanding of the key risk areas in their business where fraud prevention policies are needed and the extent to which they are potentially at risk.

Tutor Profile

Jo Carré has over fifteen years’ experience of working in the finance sector in Guernsey, including eight years at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission, where she worked in the Fiduciary Division. As part of her role at the GFSC Jo completed numerous onsite inspection visits of local fiduciaries. Over the years Jo has held approved positions, including director of an investment licensee, and MLRO and compliance officer of both investment and fiduciary licensed entities. Jo holds a law degree and has obtained the International Compliance Association Diploma in Compliance.

Jo provides advice directly to businesses in respect of compliance with local legislation, undertaking reviews of governance and risk frameworks, delivering regulatory focused projects, and drafting manuals and procedures.

Course at a Glance

  • Next Start Date: 8 September 2020
  • CPD Points: 2
  • Course Cost: £150.00
  • Course Length: 2 hours (10:00-12:00)
  • Location: GTA University Centre, Guernsey
  • Tutor: Jo Carre

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