Payment services, Fraud and Counterfeiting, Seminar

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Seminar on payment fraud in the EU Member States, the EU Accession Countries & other European countries

Brussels, 8 – 9 March 2006


The aim of the seminar was to enable police officers, prosecutors and regulators from these countries to increase their knowledge and awareness of the issues involved in payment fraud. It was a first step towards enhancing cooperation on payment fraud between EU Member States and these countries.

 


Programme    PDF - 128 KBEnglish
Conference Opening  
Welcome address and introduction
Mr. Panos GREDIS, DG Enlargement, European Commission
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Opening speech: Payment fraud and EU Enlargement
Mr. Pierre DELSAUX, DG Internal Market, European Commission
Text not available
   
Payment Card Fraud
Mr. Robert LITTAS, Visa Europe
PDF 118 KBEnglish
Fraud prevention in the EU Accession Countries: The Bulgarian case
Mr. Nikolay NEDKOV, United Bulgarian Bank
PDF 118 KBEnglish
Cybercrimes: Hacking, phishing and pharming
Mr. Walter HANSSEN, Mastercard International
PDF 14.270 KBEnglish
Initiatives of the EPC Card Fraud Prevention Task Force
Mr. Cédric SARAZIN, Chairman of the EPC Card Fraud Prevention Task Force
PDF 3915 KBEnglish
The migration to chip cards and other industry preventative measures
Mr. Robert LITTAS, Visa Europe
PDF 817 KBEnglish
The establishment of law enforcement dedicated Units: the French measures
Mr. Paul TRESCASES, Cartes Bancaires
PDF 11.835 KBEnglish
The security of e-banking
Mr. Lars TEBRÜGGE, German Banking Association
PDF 854 KBEnglish
Fraud prevention initiatives of the Commerce Sector
Mr. Xavier DURIEU, Eurocommerce
PDF 147 KBEnglish
Panel discussion & close
All speakers
Maria PLANA, ADICAE
PDF 904 KBEnglish
The EU Commission Fraud Prevention Action Plan 2004-2007
Mr. Mariano FERNANDEZ SALAS, DG Internal Market, European Commission
PDF 81 KBEnglish
Other EU initiatives on organised and financial crime
Mr. Fabio MARINI, DG Justice, Freedom, Security, European Commission
PDF 190 KBEnglish
itiatives of Europol - the need to strengthen law enforcement training
Mr. Rafael RONDELEZ, Europol
PDF 3.534 KBEnglish
The establishment of law enforcement dedicated Units: the UK example
Mr. Roger COOK, Dedicated Cheque and Plastic Card Unit
PDF 5.058 KBEnglish
The role of card schemes and banks in supporting criminal investigations
Mr. Piet LAKEMAN
PDF 90 KBEnglish
A Prosecutor viewpoint
Mr. Robert MACIEJEWSKI, Polish Prosecution Office
PDF 9.565 KBEnglish
Initiatives of the SECI Task Force on Financial and Computer Crime
Mrs. Elizabeta ILIEVA, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Police, SECI Coordinator
PDF 3.050 KBEnglish
Conclusions Available end May
   

Last update: 06.02.2012