The IAAF’s latest breakfast network meeting is set to take place on Thursday February 4 at the GTG in Wolverhampton.
Colin Fyles from Financial and Credit Insurance Services Limited will discuss the different types of corporate fraud, areas where companies could potentially be targeted and how it can be combatted and avoided.
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, said: “Retention of Title (ROT) is an important issue in any sector, but it is particularly significant in the automotive aftermarket.
“The recent rise in corporate fraud is a worrying trend and one that can affect any business and so our breakfast meeting will also cut through the misunderstandings and provide clarity for IAAF members.”
The IAAF will also provide an update on its latest lobbying activity regarding its opposition to proposals to extend the MOT testing frequency outlined in the recent government budget.
Attendance at the breakfast network meetings is free for IAAF members and will begin at 8am.
To register, email Ann Silvester via [email protected] and click ‘more details’ below to find out more about the IAAF.