The next frontier: a focus on fraud Roundtable

  • 14 September 2021
  • CPD Event
Event details

Earlier this year, we published a special report on the ever-changing landscape of fraud. We are delighted to expand on this report, by broadcasting a live virtual roundtable event. 

Event overview

The pandemic has altered life in many ways over the past twelve months. The financial sector is not exempt from such changes, and as a result, a new wave of fraud is on the rise.

A significant rise in Impersonation fraud, Artificial Intelligence and Investment scams have led many to ask what measures are being taken to protect vulnerable customers?

In this round-table session, our panelists will examine the current fraud landscape, and discuss how collaboration between the financial services, government and public sectors can tackle the evolving tactics used by fraudsters.


Arun Chauhan

Arun Chauhan

Tenet Compliance & Litigation | Founder


Arun is a lawyer specialising in helping organisations and individuals prevent or respond to fraud. He set up a specialist compliance and litigation law firm, Tenet, in 2016 after jointly leading the commercial fraud team at an international law firm.   Tenet has shortlisted and won awards ranging from innovation in legal services to excellence in service by the Law Society. 

The focus of Tenet is on fraud and financial crime compliance for its clients across the UK and overseas. This expertise covers the spectrum of preventative action in the form of training, ethics, governance and policy advice to case investigation and guidance on responding to loss from financial fraud. He is Deputy Chair and a trustee of the counter fraud charity, The Fraud Advisory Panel, a member of the Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association and a fellow of the International Compliance Association. 

Tenet have acted for banks and also advised on cases against banks arising from issues of fraud, duties of care of banks and on AML compliance issues.   He is a regular speaker at counter-fraud events as well as appearing on the BBC as an expert commentator on fraud related issues.” 


Jonathan Fisher QC

Jonathan Fisher QC

Bright Line Law and Red Lion Chambers | Barrister | Lead Counsel

Jonathan Fisher QC (Bright Line Law and Red Lion Chambers) is ranked in the independent legal directories as a leading barrister in Band 1 for Financial Crime and Proceeds of Crime cases. He is also ranked  as a leading barrister for financial services, fraud, and tax cases. In addition, he is a Visiting Professor in Practice at the London School of Economics and General Editor of Lloyds Law Reports: Financial Crime. Jonathan has been described as “high-flying", "a standout barrister", “commands huge respect”, and “in a game of chess, he would be five steps ahead.” 
Jake Plenderleith

Jake Plenderleith

International Compliance | Editorial Manager

Jake Plenderleith is Editorial Manager at the International Compliance Association, the world's leading professional body for the financial crime compliance community. He began his career as a journalist for the International Business Times in Sydney, Australia, covering global politics and current affairs. He has since written for a variety of publications on financial crime and fraud, with a particular interest in the economic and societal harm of financial crime. Jake has a BA in English and an MA in Classics. 
Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson

RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP | Head of Special Investigations


Mark has over 35 years of experience in dealing with insolvency matters including complex litigation driven cases. He originally started working for the Official Receivers’ office in 1984 initially working on the loan book of Johnson Matthey Bank and other high profile cases such as City Investment Centres and Laker Airways. He joined KPMG in 1987 where he worked across a broad range of both personal and corporate insolvency matters. He joined RSM in 1998 and was made a partner in 2000. He has considerable experience dealing with cases where there are allegations of fraud, misfeasance, other financial misconduct, or improper behaviour, often involving overseas jurisdictions. 

He is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. He is also a Fellow of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals and is on the CPS Enforcement Receivership panel. He also lectures on various insolvency issues to fellow professionals. 

Alex Zuck

Alex Zuck

KYC Solutions at Moody’s Analytics | Managing Director of Product Strategy |

Alex Zuck serves as the head of product strategy, development, and management for Moody’s Analytics KYC solutions. Alex’s core focus is on defining market strategy, and developing and delivering the product roadmap. Prior to joining Moody’s Analytic, Alex spent 10 years as a management consultant with Ernst & Young, Deloitte, and Booz Allen Hamilton advising global customers on corporate strategy. 



Date & Schedule

Tuesday 14th September

13:00 - 14:00 UK BST

Booking details

To register click here.  

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CPD requirement
Attending this event counts towards Chartered Banker Institute members’ annual CPD requirement (1 hour).