Presentations That Deliver / Financial Crime
Presentations That Deliver
Author of ‘Leadership Without Rules’ and renowned international speaker, Bryan Dunlop has worked with household names such as Microsoft, RBS and Kellogg’s as well as SMEs, one person businesses and international sportsmen. He recently founded The Square Route™, a strategic business formulae for growing income and time. Prior to his commercial career, Bryan was a Gurkha soldier and a member of the Irish rowing team! Drawing on his experiences and extensive recent research in this area, Bryan will share his thoughts on how to speak to an audience with confidence.
Based in Glasgow, Craig has spent 27 years in the world of insurance, having started his career in General Accident before moving into the Financial Risks arena when he joined Chubb in 1997. He continued this specialism with Brit before joining RSA in 2012 as Lead Financial Risks Underwriter UK. His talk on ‘Crime, Virtual Fraud, or Plain Old Theft’ will highlight examples of recent losses and provide an overview on what you should expect to see covered by a Crime Policy. In particular, he will look at crime scenarios caused by employees, third parties and via digital channels. Attendees will gain an understanding of ways to manage fraud via detection, prevention and probability.
08.30 Registration, Breakfast, Exhibition and Networking
09.00 Welcome – President of BII
09.05 Partner Address
09.10 Keynote Speaker 1
09.40 Q&A with Keynote Speaker 1
09.50 Coffee Break
10.10 Keynote Speaker 2
10.40 Q&A with Keynote Speaker 2
10.50 Closing Remarks
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