SCL In-House Webinar: Fraud – what are the key regulatory updates around fraud prevention in-house teams should be aware of?

Event Details

  • Date: Wednesday 1 November, 2023
  • Time:
  • Price: £0.00 (Member price)
  • Venue: Online
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This webinar has been organised by SCL’s In-House Lawyers Group.

Date: Wednesday 1 November 2023
2:00 – 3:00 pm
 Online Meeting. Joining details with the Zoom link will be sent via email 10 minutes before the event starts. This event will be recorded and available to view afterwards if you are not able to watch live on the day.
Bookings: This event is free of charge to attend. To book your place please click here.

Event Overview:
We are delighted to have Gary Brennan (Senior Counsel – Payments at Santander UK) hosting this session on emerging regulations associated with fraud and fraud prevention. The session is designed to provide an overview to in house lawyers and will be focusing on the following areas in particular:

  • An overview of the typologies of fraud; and
  • An outline of the planned (and possible) regulation for Financial Services and technology firms around fraud prevention.

Who Should Attend:
This session is tailored for all in-house lawyers and legal technology advisors with a keen interest in staying ahead of the curve in understanding the evolving legal landscape of fraud prevention.

Ollie Clymow, Legal Counsel (Commercial, Digital Transformation & Technology), Santander UK

Gary Brennan, Senior Counsel, Santander UK

Administration notes:

This event is free of charge to attend. To book your place please click here.

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