Tackling fraud in the charity sector: making your money count

Fraud is a serious threat to every organisation – and charities are no exception. With reported fraud increasing at an alarming rate, it is vital for charities of all sizes and types to build strong fraud defences to protect income and assets and meet their duties.

Dates & Times

October 30, 2015 @ 12:00 am

Trustees and managers should have the knowledge and skills needed to recognise the tell-tale signs of fraud and shape an effective response.

This conference will bring together senior figures from the charity and counter-fraud worlds to discuss the challenges charities face, highlight current risks, and share best practice.

  • Learn from experts and leading practitioners
  • Network with colleagues and share best practice
  • Take away practical tips, tools and techniques

Who should attend?

Trustees and managers of charities and not-for-profit organisations who are response for finance, governance, HR, internal audit, risk, information security, retail and fundraising functions. The conference will also be of interest to law enforcement officers, professional advisers, policy-makers and delivery partners. 


BWB's Melinder Jhittay and representatives from: British Council, Cifas, Help for Heroes, Institute of Business Ethics, Macmillan Cancer Support, Oxfam GB, Plan International, Save the Children, and WWF-UK. 


£25 + VAT charity and not-for-profit sector
£100 + VAT public sector
£250 + VAT private sector

Please click here to book.