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Chapter meetings are held every second month (February, April, June, August, October, and December) with a focus on providing a relaxed and safe environment with excellent networking and knowledge sharing opportunities, combined with a short presentation from a high quality speaker from a fraud related field.

Meetings are for chapter members only, so we encourage you to join the New Zealand Chapter, and attend your local branch meetings. Once you are a chapter member, you are welcome to attend any branch meeting, if you are in the area.  

Members are allowed to invite one guest to meetings for a fee of $25.

If you are not a member and would like information on upcoming events, please send us a message through the Contact page.

Upcoming events

    • 26 Mar 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Deloitte, Level 4, 151 Cambridge Terrace, Christchurch
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    TOPIC: Emerging Fraud Risk in a Technological Landscape


    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    We are delighted to have Peter Fernando, Partner in Duncan Cotterill’s commercial and technology team speak at our next event.

    Peter has extensive expertise in information technology, privacy, consumer, and intellectual property law. He supports both public and private sector clients in various aspects including technology procurement, software implementation, commercialising technology and other products. Peter's extensive legal expertise in technology offers guidance across the dynamic landscape of digital environments. His advisory role includes addressing risk-based incidents and providing insights into optimal practices for risk mitigation. 

    With growing awareness and use of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools, new fraud risks are arising and emerging. In this session, Peter will share his insights from a legal perspective on:

    • How AI tools can be used for good or bad, including impersonation of individuals;
    • Real life case studies/examples of AI powered fraud; and
    • Emerging fraud risks using new AI tools/technology.

    This presentation is intended to be interactive, so attendees are encouraged to ask questions and actively contribute their perspectives.

    This event starts from 4.30pm with networking and nibbles and the presentation to commence at 5pm.

    We look forward to welcoming Peter, for what promises to be a very interesting and informative event.

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