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The Fraud Film Festival is back again for 2018!

The Fraud Film Festival is back again for 2018!


The Fraud Film Festival is New Zealand's premier thought provoking event for anti-fraud related practitioners and policy influencers.


Join Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) and Auckland's thought leaders in moving forward the debate on fraud awareness, management and prevention.

The discussions at the inaugural festival two years ago were profound, thought provoking and inspirational. The depth of talent and foresight in the room was enlightening.

The films expose the breadth and sophistication of fraud that, in this highly connected world, New Zealand is as vulnerable to as any other country. Complacency is not an option.

TINZ will work with you throughout the coming year to improve New Zealand's integrity framework. Revealing and sometimes shocking cinema can provide the impetus and motivation for all of us to pursue innovative solutions together.

When: Friday 2nd March (by invitation, TINZ members please get in touch)
Saturday 3rd March (general admission)
Where: ASB Waterfront Theatre, Auckland
Format Film screenings
Speakers & interactive discussion panels between screenings

Click here for more details.

The 2018 Anti-Fraud Award
Do you know a person, organisation or initiative that, in your opinion, demonstrably distinguishes itself in the fight against fraud and is an inspiration to others? Consider who in your organisation has been really effective on fraud this year and nominate them by February 20th! Click here for more information.

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