The annual Fraud Film Festival revolves around fraud and the fight against it. For two days, in the royal ambience of Amsterdam’s Royal Theatre Tuschinski, films and documentaries on these topics will be shown, workshops will be held, and expert knowledge exchange will be initiated. The aim of the festival is to raise public awareness of the damaging effects of fraud and to motivate more decisive action in the fight against fraud. Networking of like-minded people is explicitly encouraged.
BusinessForensics, together with one of our biggest clients, Rabobank, is sponsoring this year’s film feature “Push”, which focuses on fraud in the context of the current European housing crisis:
A global phenomenon: housing prices are rising, but residents’ wages are not. What is going wrong? Director Fredrik Gertten accompanies Canadian lawyer Leilani Farha in her work as UN rapporteur on housing issues.
Go to the Push website: https://www.pushthefilm.com
Through our engagement, we want to raise awareness on real estate fraud, which is one of the areas of our company’s activity. After all, fraudulent activities need to be brought to the forefront of awareness before we can help to successfully combat them with data and software solutions.
“BusinessForensics is committed to fighting financial crime and helping our clients do so within the existing legal framework. We believe that financial institutions should try to work together in the fight against financial crime, seek collaboration and protect their clients and each other,” comments Lisa van Bussel, Managing Director at BusinessForensics.