Commercial crimes and fidelity guarantee insurance
Commercial crime is estimated to cost the South African economy billions of rands annually. Crime statistics show that a heavy burden is placed on business as a result of this type of crime.
Business is forced to protect themselves against this growing risk of direct financial loss as a result of theft and fraud, by investing in fidelity guarantee insurance.
Join us for this two-hour webinar in which Nolan will discuss some of the cases that he has dealt with in his many years in the risk insurance industry and dealing with fidelity guarantee insurance.
26 July 2021, 9:00 to 11:00
The topics covered in this webinar are:
- Types of commercial crime
- Trends in the current economic environment
- Drivers of commercial crime
- Warning signs / red flags
- Insurance claims / policy triggers
- Protocols to be observed to give the claim the best chance of success
- Civil recovery and criminal case processes
- Risk mitigation steps
Nolan Naidoo - MBA, BAccSci, Certified Fraud Examiner. Nolan is Head of Financial Crime for Marsh Europe, Middle East & Africa. He joined Marsh in 2007, prior to which he worked in the forensics division of a Big 4 audit firm for over seven years. In this time he was contracted to the Scorpions on various high profile investigations. Nolan is responsible for forensic investigations and preparation of Fidelity / Financial Crime claims in all industries. He has also assisted in criminal prosecution matters and has further assisted Insurers and affected clients in recovery actions following successful prosecutions. Nolan has performed engagements in Tanzania, Botswana, Malawi, Kenya, Zanzibar, Ghana, Mauritius, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates, Canada, United Kingdom, Malaysia and Australia.
R695 per person
How to sign up
Complete and submit the registration form. You will then be given the payment information. Please note that registrations will not be accepted until payment has been made.
One or two days before the webinar, we will send you the Zoom link. You will need to register and use a password to enter the webinar.
Registrations close three days before the webinar.
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