Chris Fawcett

Lloyds Banking Group

Chris is a fraud risk specialist, responsible for Commercial Banking Fraud Risk Management at Lloyds Banking Group. He has worked in the Banking industry for over 30 years including management roles in Retail; Commercial Banking Divisions and Operational Risk & Compliance.

In addition to responsibility for protecting the integrity of the bank’s Commercial Banking payment channels, he has a lead role in the Lloyds Banking Group fraud education and awareness strategy to support Commercial Banking customers. This includes delivering training and awareness sessions to customers and colleagues. Chris regularly delivers presentations on banking, payment and cyber related fraud at conferences and events, highlighting the current fraud threat types and steps organisations can take to protect themselves.

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TOP FRAUD ADVICE FROM LLOYDS BANKING GROUP

Payment Fraud – Awareness & Guidance A description of the current fraud trends targeting the legal sector and key controls required to detect and prevent. The presentation will include the key factors determining the likelihood of a firm being able to prevent an attack, the research regularly completed by organised fraud gangs in advance of an attack, how the attacks are conducted and key risk management strategies required to protect the firm.

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