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Insider fraud can strike at the heart of any business, threatening assets, relationships and reputation. When this happens, it is vital that victim organisations respond swiftly and appropriately to mitigate the harm already done and maximise the potential remediation.

Watch the recording of our third webinar in the Fraud 101 series as Brendan Weekes and John Holden, our fraud investigation experts, explore how best to respond to insider fraud.

At the end of the recording, you will:

• Understand the importance of preparation
• Know which steps to take immediately to secure evidence and help limit losses
• Gain an insight into the investigation process and the options organisations should consider

About Evelyn Partners

Evelyn Partners is the UK’s leading integrated wealth management and professional services group. We look after the combined wealth and tax needs of our clients and provide specialist accountancy, assurance, tax and advisory services for businesses. Our mission is ‘to place the power of good advice into more hands’ and this advice is backed by almost 200 years’ experience in helping people and businesses flourish.


Brendan Weekes Forensic services
Associate Director

Brendan Weekes

Forensic services

Brendan is part of the specialist forensics team at Evelyn Partners, which comprises accountants, investigators and computer forensics professionals. A specialist in forensic accounting, he qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2009 and also has experience in dispute resolution services, asset tracing and criminal defence.

John Holden Forensic services
Partner, Head of Forensic Technology and E-Disclosure

John Holden

Forensic services

John leads the forensic technology team at Evelyn Partners and specialises in forensic computer investigations and processes. His areas of expertise include forensic technology, e-disclosure, regulatory response, corporate litigation support, fraud and money laundering investigations. John has acted as an independent expert and also provided complex forensic computing evidence to the High Court.

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14:00 - 14:45 GMT

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