3+4 april 2014 @ BIRMINGHAM COUNCIL HOUSE
LAIOG are pleased to announce the dates for our annual fraud event 2014. The LAIOG event has proven to be one of the most cost effective and informative events in the fraud calendar and this year promises to be even better!
This years event will be ‘not for profit’, and therefore the delegate fees for our members will be the most competitive we have ever been able to offer, providing real value for money!
The focus of our event is ‘Protecting the Public Purse 2013’. We will provide delegates with practical workshop sessions giving examples of best practice from around the UK, including private and public sectors, and focusing on joint working.
Delegates will receive best practice training notes from each session and our finale will be a two hour training session on compiling/presenting a Corporate Fraud Business Case, which will be ...
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