The European Institute for Combating Corruption and Fraud

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We are very pleased to announce the launch of TEICCAF (The European Institute for Combating Corruption And Fraud). This exciting new organisation brings together leading experts in fraud from across the UK. The expertise from both Public & Private sectors mean that TEICCAF can offer a unique insight in to the challenges facing our Public Purse.


TEICCAF will also see the continuation of vital projects such as the annual fraud survey and the protecting the public purse. The official Launch was held at IRRV head office in London on Wednesday 22nd April.


TEICCAF are an independent not for profit pan European public, private and voluntary sector forum for:


• counter corruption and fraud professionals in the public or voluntary sectors;
• professional bodies, institutes and other concerned stakeholders committed to countering corruption and fraud;
• private commercial firms committed to combating corruption and fraud in the public and voluntary sectors;
• central and local government ...

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