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Midlands debate

by Mark Rowe

The Midlands Fraud Forum (MFF) is rounding off its year of events with an online debate on Tuesday morning, December 15.

It’s open to MFF members, who can email [email protected] to ask to bring a guest. Starting at 9.30am, the subject is; ‘How should organisations change how they deal with fraud in the current environment?’; and it’s chaired by Edward Cumming QC (specialist in commercial litigation and civil fraud) from XXIV Barristers Chambers. A panel includes:

– Katie Hodson, Director of Investigations at The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, an international financing institution based in Switzerland.

– Jim Winters, Head of Fraud Strategy and Operations and responsible for all fraud prevention and customer aftercare activities across Barclays UK.

Waheed Saleem, West Midlands Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, and a member of the Strategic Policing and Crime Board responsible for holding West Midlands Police to account.

– Simon Hammond, Director of Claims Management at NHS Resolution, an impartial tribunal service for the handling of appeals and disputes between NHS England and primary care contractors.

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