Economic Crimes Conference


About the Conference

The increasing rate of fraud, corruption, money laundering, tax evasion, cybercrime etc. in modern economies is alarming. This conference seeks to bring together corporate and public sector leaders, financial and economic experts tasked with fighting these economic ills to discuss these challenges and risks, provide solutions, better practices and thought leadership ideas to curb this growing trend. The threats that economic crimes bring to public and private institutions cannot be over emphasized. Businesses are negatively affected, economic growth is stalled, investor and business confidence reduced, major projects disrupted. It is envisaged that the conference will recommend best international practices, local solutions and reveal new practices and standards that will make businesses and other organisations to be versatile and more prepared to detect these crimes than before.

Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities

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Kevin Hogan, Fraud Risk Manager, Investec Bank

Hugo van Zyl, COO, South African Insurance Crime Bureau(SAICB)

Pontso Nyathi, Forensics Director, Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo

Manie van Schalkwyk, Executive Director of SA Fraud Prevention Service (SAFPS)

Steven Powell, Head of Forensics, ENSafrica

Yurika Pistorius, Group Compliance Officer, Clientele

Kenneth Lekitima, Global Head: Risk and Compliance, Vodacom

Servaas du Plessis (CFE), Chief Executive Officer,Forensic Services

Media Partners


All interested presenters are kindly encouraged to contribute to and help shape the conference through submissions of their suggested topics. We solicit contributions of presentations that address themes and title of the conference.