DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "11th Annual - DT Fraud Conference 2017 - Banking and Payments" conference to their offering.
The theme of the 2017 Fraud Conference looks to take stock of where the industry is at this critical time for payments and banking.
The world we live in continues to shrink by virtue of the technological innovations that make it so easy to do so much.
The challenge for those in the payments industry who are part of the continuing FinTech revolution is keeping on top of the risks and protecting the interests and assets of the people they work for, the banks, processing companies and other, but most importantly, the people who transact and the businesses they transact with.
What new trends are emerging, what tools and techniques, best practice and new ideas can we learn from to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of fraud prevention.
We will be guided through our deliberations by a panel of expert speakers - in previous years this conference has successfully drawn insightful experts with great communications skills who provoke our audiences, helping them with an extensive two days of strategic review.
Ecommerce, mobile and alternative payments are all influencing the rapidly changing payments landscape. Retailers are using multi-channel strategies to engage 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 complex world and how to manage transactional risks, processing challenges and protect assets is essential to being able to prevent fraud.
The 2017 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 April 2017 as we look in depth at the challenges facing all stakeholders in the payments value chain?
The key learning points and opportunities will be as follows:
- A global update on fraud risk, trends, initiatives and challenges. The impact of new technologies, new types of criminal activity and what we can expect to see.
- Background briefings around the sector, what different stakeholders in the industry are experiencing, where they are focused and innovations. This covers the banks, processors, support businesses, data analytics, social media, divergent stakeholders and customer perceptions and also the legal and investigatory aspects.
- Helping to provide a context to fraud prevention strategy and tactics, comparisons with other countries, markets, across channels and products. Taking into account new technology and changes to behaviour.
- A great opportunity to connect with and discuss issues with key people across the fraud prevention and risk management industry.
Who Should Attend:
- Fraud Risk Directors and Managers
- Lending officers
- Collections and recovery managers
- Crime Investigators
- Law enforcement officers
- Solicitors and Barristers involved in financial fraud cases
- Internal auditors
- Forensic crime analysts
- Fraud prevention officers
- Fraud Analysts
- Product development managers
- Compliance officers
- Anti Money Laundering Officers
- Fraud solution managers
- Claims Technicians
- Marketing Managers
- Loss Adjusters
- IT Specialists
- Procurement Managers
- Compliance Managers
- Data Managers
- Claims Service Providers
- Anyone involved in protecting financial integrity, fraud prevention and banking and card payments.
For more information about this conference visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qn5flc/11th_annual_dt