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Kingdom Management Training

Kingdom Management Training (KMT) is an independent business established in 1990 which specialises in assisting organizations to understand and deal effectively with Risk Management issues including the Control and Investigation of Fraud.

KMT aims to provide the necessary training to assist all types of organisation to achieve a continual state of assurance that its exposure to Fraud is managed within a cost-effective framework of business controls. KMT have an excellent track record of providing appropriate risk management consultancy and training to major companies in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and the Pacific region.

For more information please view their website or contact:

Peter Ashwell
Tel: + 44 (0) 1732 760 216
Fax: +44 (0) 1732 763 716
Email: learn@kmtcentre.co.uk
Website: www.kmtcentre.co.uk

Mail: PO Box 277, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 0YF, United Kingdom


Risk Analysis is a well-established international security risk management consultancy with strong investigative resources and capabilities. Staffed by former senior British Intelligence, police and military officers, bankers, accountants and security experts, and with offices in London, Jersey, Italy, Switzerland, and Luxembourg it provides a comprehensive intelligence and risk management service to its financial, legal and corporate clients on a worldwide basis.

http://www.risk-analysis.org/

Government Crime Prevention:

The Serious Fraud Office is a government department and is part of the UK criminal justice system. Its aim is to investigate and prosecute serious and complex fraud and so deter fraud and maintain confidence in the probity of business and financial services in the United Kingdom.

http://www.sfo.gov.uk/




NAFN deals with all types of local authority fraud, including Housing Benefits, Student Awards, Trading Standards, grant applications, false invoicing and internal investigations. Since its formation, NAFN has helped councils identify numerous frauds which have resulted in considerable savings to the taxpayer. Currently, approximately 270 Local Authorities in England and Wales are fully paid up members of NAFN.

http://www.nafn.gov.uk/



The London Team Against Fraud (LTAF) is a non-profit making organisation. It was set up in 1994 by the Society of London Borough Treasurers in response to a growing awareness of organised and cross-boundary fraud. Initially a special committee was formed to agree a set of policy objectives for the new London Team Against Fraud. The role of LTAF is not to investigate fraud, but to collate information and assist in sharing information via a multi-agency network.

http://www.ltaf.org.uk/



The Department for Work and Pensions is committed to tackling benefit fraud. They know that most claimants are honest but they have a responsibility to tackle those who are not. Their Fraud Strategy Unit has the responsibility for developing the Departmentís overall strategy for reducing the amount of benefit fraud committed.

http://www.targetingfraud.gov.uk/


The Benefit Fraud Inspectorate (BFI) was launched in November 1997 in response to widespread concerns about the estimated high levels of fraud in the social security system. Our mission is to maximise counter fraud performance and minimise the risk of fraud throughout the social security system

http://www.bfi.gov.uk/

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