Join us as we delve into the ever-evolving world of banking fraud and examine the findings from
the 2022 UK Finance report. We will discuss the key takeaways from the 2022 UKF fraud report, including the latest scams and fraud types that are capturing attention and threatening the financial ecosystem.

Our discussion will delve into the impacts of recent initiatives such as Confirmation of Payee (CoP), Payment Services Regulator (PSR), and Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). We will also explore the biggest risks for 2023, the role of mule accounts in first-party fraud, and the adoption of AI by criminals, including ChatGPT and generative voice AI. We will present exciting new technologies that hold the potential to counter fraudsters effectively and identify the opportunities that lie in increased collaboration across the banking ecosystem. This includes the role of big tech and the need to foster stronger partnerships between various stakeholders.


Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the key findings of the 2022 UKF fraud report and the implications for the banking industry.
  • Explore the latest initiatives, technologies, and strategies to mitigate fraud risks and enhance security.
  • Identify opportunities for increased collaboration between banks, big tech, and other ecosystem stakeholders to create a united front against fraud.
  • Gain insights into emerging trends in criminal AI adoption and how to stay ahead of potential threats.
  • Develop a forward-looking approach to fraud prevention and risk management for a safer financial future.
Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes

Fraud Prevention SME, Feedzai

Part of the Feedzai Product Strategy team, Dan collaborates closely with banks worldwide and supports them to understand the range of fraud prevention...

Part of the Feedzai Product Strategy team, Dan collaborates closely with banks worldwide and supports them to understand the range of fraud prevention and detection capabilities offered by Feedzai. He focuses on aligning the company product strategy with the direction of the future market, ensuring that Feedzai stays ahead of the curve.

In addition to working directly with clients, Dan also plays a crucial role in enabling other teams within Feedzai to provide exceptional customer service and results. He is a thought leader within the industry, frequently authoring white papers and blogs, speaking with press and analysts, and appearing on stage at various events across the globe.

Before joining Feedzai, Dan served as the Director of Solutions at LexisNexis Risk Solutions and held various fraud-related positions at Lloyds Banking Group UK. In these roles, he leveraged the latest digital fraud technology to protect the bank's online and mobile users, demonstrating his extensive expertise in the field.

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Ben Poxon

Ben Poxon

Principal, Head of Economic Crime Management Information, UK Finance

Ben is the unit's subject matter expert for data analytics & insights and is also responsible for the line management of the Management Informatio...

Ben is the unit's subject matter expert for data analytics & insights and is also responsible for the line management of the Management Information Analyst. Ben oversees all economic crime management information, ensuring the team has the necessary statistics to make evidenced-based decisions within their areas of responsibility. He is also responsible for representation of UK Finance in all economic crime data related matters whether this be providing overviews to external interested parties, or attending meetings at the Home Office to discuss policy-related issues.  Ben also manages the relationships with our MI service provider Pay.UK.

Ben previously worked at HSBC in a variety of fraud-related roles, including fraud intelligence, first party fraud investigations and fraud data analytics.

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Mike Nathan

Mike Nathan

Global Head of Solutions Consulting, Feedzai

Mike Nathan has over 15 years of experience in the risk and fraud space, with key interests in online banking fraud, application fraud, internal fraud...

Mike Nathan has over 15 years of experience in the risk and fraud space, with key interests in online banking fraud, application fraud, internal fraud, money mules, anti-money laundering and card fraud. Mike started his career as a credit analyst at Lehman Brothers, before moving to Lloyds Banking Group as a Fraud Manager, where he led large teams of analysts and data scientists. He was a consultant at SAS, the analytics company, a Vice President at Barclaycard, looking at Credit Card Fraud and more recently the Senior Director of Solutions Consulting for Fraud and Identity at LexisNexis RiskSolutions.

Mike's current role at Feedzai is leading a team of Global Solutions Consultants, advising some of the world's largest financial organisations. Mike also holds an MSc in Information Management & Finance from Westminster Business School.

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Feedzai

Feedzai

Feedzai is the world’s first RiskOps platform for financial risk management, and market leader in safeguarding global commerce with today’s most ...

Feedzai is the world’s first RiskOps platform for financial risk management, and market leader in safeguarding global commerce with today’s most advanced cloud-based risk management platform, powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence. Feedzai is securing the transition to a cashless world while enabling digital trust in every transaction and payment type. The world’s largest banks, processors, and retailers trust Feedzai to protect trillions of dollars and manage risk while improving the customer experience for everyday users, without compromising privacy. Feedzai is a Series D company and has raised $282M to date.  With a valuation of +$1.5B, the company's technology protects 900 million people in 190 countries.

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  • Fraud leaders (Head of Fraud, Fraud Director, Fraud Manager etc.)
  • Fraud practitioners (Fraud Analyst etc.)
  • Fraud strategists
  • Fraud consultants
  • Technologists
  • Financial Crime experts

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