UMACHA 50 years of guiding payments
Fraud Friday #3: Mike Timoney, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Central
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Series Description: Fraud, scams, and financial crimes continue to remain an ever-evolving battle as, despite the motive often staying the same, the tactics continue changing over time. During this series, you will gain insights about the types of scams faced by financial institutions and recommendations to help mitigate against the risk of becoming victim to these frauds.

This series is co-sponsored by UMACHA and the Financial & Retailers Protection Association (FRPA).

Session Description: Scams continue to increase year over year, targeting consumers who unknowingly place their trust in fraudsters, resulting in financial losses and emotional distress. The objective of this session is to provide an overview of how fraudsters typically target their victims, how having a consistent definition of scam reporting helps organizations better understand and mitigate the problem, how timely access to fraud information can aid in fraud management, and to educate consumers/industries on detecting scams early to prevent potential losses within an organization.

Speaker: Mike Timoney, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Setting: Live Virtual
Speaker(s): Various Speakers

Cost: $175/$350 (Member/Non-Member)

Cost in Education Club Tokens: 2 tokens

Continuing Education Credits: TBD

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