14 September 2017
|Time:||9:30am – 4:00pm|
|Price:||£385 (VAT exempt) members|
|£385 (VAT exempt) associates|
|£505 (VAT exempt) non-members|
About this event
The UK Finance’s mortgage fraud prevention conference will bring together key stakeholders to discuss current and future issues in the fight against financial crime. This year's event will focus on the positive action being taken to combat mortgage fraud throughout the industry and highlight recent trends, as well as looking at the effects of the latest legal judgments and government schemes.
Topics will include:
- Cyber resilience
- Combating digital crime
- Practical examples
- Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS)
- Online verification
- Effects of government schemes and housing policy on fraud
This event is aimed at:
Anyone working in fraud prevention teams within lenders, legal and risk specialists, business quality experts and anyone else with an interest in preventing financial crime within the mortgage industry.
A full programme for this event will be available shortly.
Feedback from past attendees:
"I thought the day was excellent with relevant topics & good presenters"
"Very good & informative event with rich quality information"
"Good mix of topics and presenters"
"Good range of different speakers with interesting and helpful facts"
UK Finance member and associate rate: £385 (VAT exempt)
Non-member rate: £505 (VAT exempt)
*This event is closed to press*
0930 - 1000
Registration and refreshments
1000 - 1010
Welcome and introduction
1010 - 1100
(1010 - 1030)
Current trends and red flags
(1030 - 1100)
Technology case study
|1100 - 1130||
|1130 – 1150||Trust thy solicitor!..... But can you?
Justin Parkinson, Managing Director, Decision First Ltd
|1150 - 1220||
Digital verification solutions panel
|1320 – 1340||Practical examples of mortgage fraud and how they affect mortgage lenders
Georgina Squire, Partner, Rosling King LLP
Examples of identity fraud in mortgage lending
|1340 - 1410||
How lawyers can help you recover at least part of the proceeds
|1410 - 1430||GDPR information sharing
Vikki Hoyle, Senior Associate, Walker Morris
|1430 - 1500||
|1500 - 1520||
Right to buy - fraud issues
|1520 – 1550||
Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS)
1550 - 1600
Chair's closing remarks
Chair: Jennifer Bourne
Senior Policy Adviser, UK Finance
Jennifer Bourne joined the Council of Mortgage Lenders in 2010, now UK Finance, and covers legal, financial crime, valuation and new-build issues. She is admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor in her home country of New Zealand, where she held a number of policy and advocacy roles. Since arriving in London, Jennifer worked briefly for a criminal defence law firm, before joining the Association of British Insurers as a policy adviser.
Head of Data and Intelligence Services, National Anti-Fraud Network (NAFN)
Mark Astley has been with NAFN since its inception in 1997 and was appointed Head of Service in June 2014. Mark has a background in prevention and detection of fraud, fraud investigation and delivery of IT business solutions. He has been a key player in the development of innovative services and has worked collaboratively with the public and private sector to develop a wide range of data sharing initiatives supporting protection of the public purse. Mark is currently working with the Home Office, Cabinet Office, LGA, DWP and other organisations to develop and deliver a range of centralised services. Based in Tameside, Greater Manchester, Mark leads a team of intelligence officers delivering services nationally to local authorities, housing associations and wider public authorities.
UK Solutions Director, CoreLogic Solutions Ltd
Lisa Commons has worked in the mortgage industry for 16 years. She currently manages CoreLogic’s UK Operation, having previously worked as Mortgage Operations and Process Change Manager for a UK Bank.
She has a comprehensive knowledge of the mortgage life-cycle, from origination to redemption, as both lender and supplier.
She helps clients deploy credit and fraud risk strategies, to minimise losses, improve productivity and streamline the customer journey.
Senior Associate, Walker Morris LLP
Vikki Hoyle is an expert in data protection. Her experience includes conducting data protection audits and website compliance reviews, including privacy policies and cookies. She also advises on transatlantic data transfers including model contract clauses, Privacy Shield and the practical implications of these for EU and US businesses.
Product Manager, The Law Society
Graham Murphy is the Product Manager for both the Conveyancing Quality Scheme and the Wills & Inheritance Quality Scheme at the Law Society. He is responsible for the commercial and marketing strategy for both product lines.
With a background in Strategic Brand Management and PR Reputational Management Graham has worked with brands large and small across the UK, Europe and North America. Graham has over the last 18 months been working with the National Crime Agency and Regional Organised Crime Units at developing strategies that the legal sector can utilise to protect itself from the ever growing threat of cyber crime. When not on his self build plot, he is often found on his keyboard writing blog posts for a variety of organisations. His latest blog post overheard on a train described a rather interesting train journey with two commercial property solicitors.
Barrister, Falcon Chambers
Joe Ollech was called to the Bar in 2006 and has a busy junior practice at Falcon Chambers, which includes both advocacy and advisory work in mortgage, LPA receivership and insolvency related aspects of property litigation.
Managing Director, Decision First Ltd
Justin Parkinson is the Managing Director of Decision First – the company behind Lender Exchange - having led the company since its inception. Justin’s background in conveyancing spans some 11 years and his experience in financial services covering around 20 years, much of this gained during his time with leading System Integration and Management Consultancy businesses. His entire career has been centred around developing and reengineering business processes, managing major change programmes and leading organisational change & development initiatives.
Barrister, Falcon Chambers
Adam Rosenthal has practiced as a barrister at Falcon Chambers since being called to the Bar in 1999. He has appeared in Courts and Tribunals at all levels up to the Court of Appeal. He is a contributor to Fisher & Lightwood’s Law of Mortgage and regularly advises on mortgage-related issues together with all other aspects of property law. Recent cases include A2 Dominion Homes Limited v Prince Evans Solicitors  EWHC 2490 (Ch), about the priority protection afforded by unilateral notices under the Land Registration Act 2002, Levett-Dunn v NHS Property Services Limited  EWHC 943 (Ch) on service of notices under a commercial lease and Dooba Developemnts Limited v McLagan Investments Limited  EWHC 2944 (Ch), about conditional development agreements.
Security Manager, UK Payments
Aneel Sandhu joined UK Payments in September 2015 after working in a variety of security roles in the financial, pharmaceutical, retail, logistics and e-commerce sectors. This experience has provided a solid technical understanding of technology and management experience in a variety of corporate cultures.
He provides cyber security consultancy for Bacs, Faster Payments, Cheque and Credit Clearing Company and Paym.
He gained an MSc in Computer Security and Forensics in 2010. The most notable achievement in his current role was the implementation of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework for Bacs and Faster Payments.
Partner, Rosling King LLP
Georgina Squire is partner and head of dispute resolution at Rosling King LLP. She is a committee member of the London Solicitors Litigation Association (LSLA). She is also a member of the City of London Solicitors’ Association, amongst other organisations.
Sponsorship opportunities for this conference are available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
CoreLogic is a global provider of information intelligence to identify and manage growth opportunities, improve business performance and manage risk. Their clients turn to them as a market leader for unique property-level insights. Working collaboratively, they deliver value across their clients’ business operations. Their industry experts address challenges to present innovative cost-effective solutions.
Registers of Scotland (RoS) is the government department responsible for compiling and maintaining registers relating to land, property and other legal documents in Scotland.
RoS aspire to become a digital-first organisation by 2020, and have recently introduced the Digital Discharge Service, which dramatically increases efficiency in the mortgage security discharge process.
Nearest tube stations:
Southwark (Jubilee line)
Waterloo (Bakerloo, Jubilee and Northern lines)
Blackfriars (Circle and District lines)
Nearest overground stations:
Blackfriars, Waterloo and Waterloo East