Researchers in Fundraising – A Due Diligence Workshop
Date: Wednesday 4th Sep 2019
Time: 9am- 5pm
45 White Lion St
This one day interactive workshop will look at a range of topics fundamental to an effective due diligence process, both for one-off transactions and ongoing relationships on behalf of individuals and companies.
The day will cover:
- What Due Diligence is, and the difference between the quantitative and qualitative approach
- The role and importance of the Risk Based Approach – what are the risks and how do you measure them?
- What are the free to access, open data sources that you can use, and what are the strengths and weaknesses of each
- How to recognise the “red flags” which might be observed within corporate entity structures, filings and the individuals associated with them
- Understanding some of the associated datasets that can enrich company of individual information
- Other techniques that can aid open source intelligence (OSINT) due diligence research
About the trainer
Graham has worked in financial services for the past twenty-five years, latterly providing expertise to a number of high-profile banks in relation to their financial crime control frameworks. He has written the due diligence policy for one global bank and contributed significant expertise to many others.
He also works closely with a large number of investigative journalists in both print and broadcast media, helping them to identify and write about organised crime and corruption specifically in respect of the use of legal entities (companies) for laundering the proceeds of their crimes.
Graham regularly speaks at in-house and public events to raise awareness of the close links between financial crime and the organised criminal gangs and corrupt individuals who are responsible for so much of the dirty money entering the financial system and, in particular, the role of UK entities in enabling this.
He has deep knowledge of how shady people hide behind a corporate personality to hide their intent and of the red flags that can indicate this is happening.
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Tickets include entry to the seminar. Refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits) will be provided on the day. Delegates will be required to make their own arrangements for lunch. To keep prices to a minimum, RiF requests that attendees pay by card. The card payment does not need to be registered to the individual attending the conference. Organisational purchasing and procurement cards are also accepted.
The Institute of Fundraising of Charter House, 13-15 Carteret Street, London SW1H 9DJ is the Controller. The Researchers in Fundraising (RiF) Committee is a special interest group of the Institute of Fundraising and is run by volunteers who are members of the Institute of Fundraising. Eventbrite is the Controller for information you provide to us when paying by card.
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