The European Commission has pledged 14.5 million euros to support Member States in fighting fraud, corruption and other illegal activities. Under the Hercule III Anti-fraud Programme, the Commission will finance projects such as training customs officers to better recognize illegal trade. “Member States must be properly equipped to address fraud against the EU budget,” said Giovanni Kessler, Director-General of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF).
From 9 to 10 May in Munich, ETCP key expert, Ms Susanne Volz, invites you to tackle Fraud prevention focusing on how to manage anti-fraud risk assessment:
2-Day | Fraud
“Identifying Fraud & mitigating the key risks”
Date : 9 to 10 May 2016
Venue : Munich (Germany)
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