Executives from the banking and finance sector of Qatar and other Gulf States will be invited to attend the Prevention and Detection of Fraud and Money Laundering Conference, which is to take place on October 20-22, 2002, at the Sheraton Hotel, Doha, Qatar.
The event, being hosted by Qatar Central Bank and the Qatar Banking Training Institute, comes at a critical time for the industry and will provide participants with the latest fraud prevention news delivered by international experts.
The first two days comprise presentations from international guest speakers from the UK, USA, Poland, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) addressing delegates on issues including risk management, fraud through alternative remittance systems, case studies, terrorist funding, know your customer, corporate fraud awareness policies, the importance of electronic systems, development of best practice.
Day three consists of a half day workshop entitled “Enron, Worldcom, Arthur Andersen… the list of names and shame goes on and on…” which will look at corporate business and financial criminality and accountability examining topical case studies. — (menareport.com)
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