Fraud Focus II
W London, 10 Wardour Street, Leicester Square, London, W1D 6QF
As UK brands expand into ever-more new markets, some serious thought needs to be given to the evolving risks of trading in each new territory.
Fraud patterns differ in each market, and UK companies as they trade overseas need to understand these differences to minimise the risks of rejecting good orders - with the associated erosion of customer trust - as well as the related risks of accepting orders that are fraudulent.
International growth brings a new dimension to the payments landscape and with the likelihood of new channels and payment methods to consider too, the setting of the appropriate fraud rules and strategies is even more crucial.
Our second roundtable for Fraud and Payment professionals debated the specific challenges being faced as businesses grow internationally. The debate, as always, was held in a secure Chatham House environment where issues can be shared and solutions found together.
08:30 - 10:00 Roundtable