2016 DT Fraud Conference

“Protecting and Growing your Business by Tackling Fraud”

23rd & 24th March 2016 Tower Bridge Grange Hotel – London

The theme of the 2016 Fraud Conference recognises that fraud prevention and risk management are fundamental to business success.

For all parts of the payments and banking chain, all stakeholders need to understand and manage the risks to help protect and improve business performance.

Our conference will focus on key areas of change that are opening up new opportunities but also contain risks. Business developments that participants will want to discuss, analyse and understand.

Ecommerce, mobile and alternative payments are influencing the rapidly changing payments landscape. Retailers need multi-channel strategies to engage with customers. Payments providers seek to offer easy acceptance and faster processing. Regulators are looking to level the playing field and protect consumers. The payments chain has multiple stakeholders, banks, retailers and merchants, processors, mobile networks, payments schemes and customers.

Understanding this ever more complex world and how to manage the transactional risks and processing challenges is essential to being able to protect and grow business.

The 20016 conference provides the forum to examine the fraud and risk strategy issues for those in fraud and risk management space. Can you afford not to be there in March 2016 as we look in depth at the challenges facing all stakeholders in the payments value chain?

Bookmark this site and check with us as we develop the agenda and speaker list for the 2016 Fraud Conference.

 

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