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Posted 10 October 2016 - 01:47 PM


NZ to hold first international Fraud Film Festival

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Fraud and other forms of financial crimes take the limelight with the inaugural New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival (NZIFFF), which will be held at Auckland’s Q Theatre on 18-19 November, coinciding with Fraud Awareness Week, which will begin on 18 November.

The NZIFFF aims to use film as a medium for raising awareness about fraud and other forms of financial crimes in New Zealand, using themes including cybercrime, dishonesty, investigative journalism; as well as to encourage the industry and the public to fight against it.

Ian Tuke, NZIFFF chair, said: “Fraud in New Zealand can occur on a large or small scale but ultimately it harms the victims and our economy, impacting livelihoods, and reducing trust. This festival is the product of a diverse group of private and public sector partners who have worked together to bring this fantastic initiative to New Zealand to create a forum for debate around how we can collectively counter fraud.”

The NZIFFF will feature film and commentaries, including “Deep Web,” a movie about cyberspace as a notorious area for criminal activity; “The Captain and the Bookmaker,” a documentary on South African cricket captain Hansie Cronje’s on-field fraud prompted by bookmakers; and “Chancers,” about how film making was used to evade tax.

Many of the films will be followed by a live panel discussion about fraud and its prevention participated by a range of expert speakers. The festival will host a counter-fraud industry on 19 November, with all sessions open to the public.

The NZIFFF will also recognise an individual or organisation that has distinguished itself in the fight against fraud with an anti-fraud award on the evening of day one. Nominations can be made on the Fraud Festival website.

The festival will be held in partnership with Deloitte, Meredith Connell, ACC, ASB, Financial Markets Authority, MBIE’s Consumer Protection team, Omega Investigations, Serious Fraud Office, Transparency International, Dave Clark Design, and VISA New Zealand, among others.

This article is from our sister site Insurance Business NZ by Mina Martin.
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Posted 10 October 2016 - 01:48 PM

Note this is an Incorporated Society

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Posted 10 October 2016 - 01:51 PM

http://www.fraudfilm...z/partners.html


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ACC’s vision is to create a unique partnership with every New Zealander by improving their quality of life by minimising the incidence and impact of injury. To achieve this, ACC must have efficient and effective systems, processes and partnerships in place to help deliver services and bring about better outcomes for clients while maintaining the financial sustainability of the scheme.

It is important for ACC to remain up to date in fraud detection techniques. The New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival provides an excellent opportunity to network with other agencies and organisations and share insights in this area.

For more information, visit www.acc.co.nz
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Posted 10 October 2016 - 01:57 PM

No movie on the agenda about "ACC Calls in Serious Fraud Office", yet, maybe they could do one on it...just saying as in New zealand they have some very good creative types in these related "industries".

It may also help provide much needed jobs.

http://accforum.org/...s-fraud-office/
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Posted 10 October 2016 - 01:57 PM

No movie on the agenda about "ACC Calls in Serious Fraud Office", yet, maybe they could do one on it...just saying as in New Zealand they have some very good creative types in these related "industries".

It may also help provide much needed jobs.


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