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Birmingham Council House 21-22/4/16


We are pleased to announce the details of TEICCAF and LAIOG's first joint event for this years Annual Fraud Conference and seminar in Birmingham on the 21st -22nd April 2016.


To Celebrate this collaboration ALL Delegate Places this year are ONLY £75 thanks to LAIOG subsidising the Fee (includes refreshments, drinks reception and hot buffet,)  


Plus FREE Chief Officers Seminars on Day1 - 11am repeated at 3pm


To Download your AGENDA and BOOKING FORMS go to  .... http://www.teiccaf.com/teiccaf-laiog-annual-fraud-conference-agenda-announced/ 


T: 0845 224 8312  E: info@teiccaf.com


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