How To Reduce Cybercrime Fraud in the Real Estate Industry

Date: Tuesday 21 November 2017
Time: 10am - 11am
1 CPD point

Fraud, and particularly cybercrime fraud, is on the increase. In one rather startling example recently, a Sydney agent saw over $750,000 disappear from their Trust Account. Click here to read the story. 

In this webinar, we’ve asked two senior experts from Macquarie Bank to provide an update on current fraud trends and risks, and some tips on how to reduce your risks. In particular they will:

  • Update you on the current fraud and cybercrime trends that can affect your real estate business, as well as your own personal life; 
  • Share real life examples of how the industry is being targeted by increasingly sophisticated fraudsters; and
  • Provide practical advice and tips on how your business and team can mitigate the risks by following correct procedures and avoiding potential losses.

They will also allow plenty of time to answer any questions you have on protecting your business against fraud.


Meet the presenters

Innes Kirkwood
National Head of Residential and Commercial Real Estate for Macquarie’s Banking and Financial Services Group

Innes Kirkwood has more than 11 years’ experience in business and corporate banking, and has previously served as the Victorian Head of Property Services for Macquarie Business Banking. He is passionate about innovation and exploring new ways to support real estate clients gain a competitive advantage in the market.

Jonathan Martin
Fraud Investigations Specialist in Macquarie’s Banking and Financial Services Group

Jonathan Martin has more than 25 years of experience in fraud analytics and intelligence, investigations and risk services. Jonathan has worked on numerous investigations, including some of the world’s largest, on major financial fraud, procurement fraud, insurance fraud, money laundering, asset tracing and data analysis investigations throughout Europe, India, Asia and Australia.
When:
21/11/2017 - 21/11/2017
Where:
At Your Computer
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