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ICFP KZN regional committee fraud week development session

Date: 
Monday, 18 November, 2019 - 08:30 to 14:0011/18/2019 8:30am 11/18/2019 2:00pm ICFP KZN regional committee fraud week development session

The ICFP KZN regional committee has pleasure in inviting you to a development session on 18 November 2019 in Durban,  This is an industry networking event intended to foster conversation and learning.

We are very excited to welcome Mr Chad Thomas and Adv Ryno de Water as our guest presenters. 

Mr Chad Thomas

Topic: Organised Crime Investigation - PRECCA, POCA and POPIA, the effect on the profession and how to apply it in your day to day practice.

Chad Thomas is the Chief Executive Officer of IRS Forensic Investigations, an independent financial and organised crimes investigation company. 

Chad holds a post-graduate certificate in International Criminal Law from WITS, a certificate in Corporate Fraud Management from GIBS, various courses in combating fraud and corruption from UP, has completed the Corporate and Ethics Governance program at UP, as well as the POPI program at UP. He also holds a national diploma in security management from DMS.

Chad was previously the GM of Stallion Investigations, a division of Stallion Security. Prior to that, Chad was employed as head of investigations for BoE Private Bank (insurance and FG division), and before that head of security at Standard Bank Property Fund Managers.

Chad served in an investigation and intelligence capacity in the permanent force of the South African National Defence Force until the end of 1994.

Chad is a 28 year veteran of law enforcement in South Africa. He is the recipient of the security industry’s Medal of Bravery – Gold Class, awarded in 1998. He was nominated for the Mail & Guardian Driver’s of Change Award. Chad was the host of the radio show “Corruption Busters” which won the Best Daytime Radio Show in South Africa award in 2017 and is currently the host of the actuality radio show “Confidential Brief” on ChaiFM. Chad is a regular organised crime commentator on television news and in the print media.

 

Adv Ryno de Water

Topic: Criminal offences under PFMA and MFMA

Advocate De Water, is a forensic lawyer with experience in both prosecution and investigation of complex commercial crimes. He has occupied the following roles during his professional career, including; State Prosecutor, Corporate Governance Specialist and Senior Forensic Auditor.
 
He completed his Law Degree, from the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) and hold various other qualifications in Forensic Auditing, Fraud Examination and Anti-Money Laundering.  He is a guest lecturer at the University of Pretoria, Centre for Forensic Accounting and regularly facilitates training courses relating to investigation and prosecution of Public Finance related offences to the Specialised Commercial Crimes Unit (SCCU) of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), as well as the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI).
 
He periodically conducts country assessments under the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Anti-Bribery Convention (“OECD”) and the United Nations, Anti-Corruption Convention (“UNCAC”), as a subject matter expert and reviewing expert.

 

Agenda:

Arrival & registration 09:00 to 09:30

Organised crime: using POPI, POCA and PRECCA as tools against Organised Crime

Mr Chad Thomas

09:30 to 11:30

Criminal offences under the PFMA

Adv Ryno de Water

11:30 to 12:30
Lunch & network 12:30 to 13:15
Information about ICFP membership 13:15 to 13:30

Government employees conducting business with the State: A criminal law perspective

Adv Ryno de Water

13:30 to 14:30

CPD Credits: 4

Cost:

ICFP Members and special guests

Free

Non-members

R275 +VAT

Register

Nedbank Auditorium, 90 Bram Fischer Rd, Durban Central, Durban Africa/Johannesburg public

The ICFP KZN regional committee has pleasure in inviting you to a development session on 18 November 2019 in Durban,  This is an industry networking event intended to foster conversation and learning.

We are very excited to welcome Mr Chad Thomas and Adv Ryno de Water as our guest presenters. 

Mr Chad Thomas

Topic: Organised Crime Investigation - PRECCA, POCA and POPIA, the effect on the profession and how to apply it in your day to day practice.

Chad Thomas is the Chief Executive Officer of IRS Forensic Investigations, an independent financial and organised crimes investigation company. 

Chad holds a post-graduate certificate in International Criminal Law from WITS, a certificate in Corporate Fraud Management from GIBS, various courses in combating fraud and corruption from UP, has completed the Corporate and Ethics Governance program at UP, as well as the POPI program at UP. He also holds a national diploma in security management from DMS.

Chad was previously the GM of Stallion Investigations, a division of Stallion Security. Prior to that, Chad was employed as head of investigations for BoE Private Bank (insurance and FG division), and before that head of security at Standard Bank Property Fund Managers.

Chad served in an investigation and intelligence capacity in the permanent force of the South African National Defence Force until the end of 1994.

Chad is a 28 year veteran of law enforcement in South Africa. He is the recipient of the security industry’s Medal of Bravery – Gold Class, awarded in 1998. He was nominated for the Mail & Guardian Driver’s of Change Award. Chad was the host of the radio show “Corruption Busters” which won the Best Daytime Radio Show in South Africa award in 2017 and is currently the host of the actuality radio show “Confidential Brief” on ChaiFM. Chad is a regular organised crime commentator on television news and in the print media.

 

Adv Ryno de Water

Topic: Criminal offences under PFMA and MFMA

Advocate De Water, is a forensic lawyer with experience in both prosecution and investigation of complex commercial crimes. He has occupied the following roles during his professional career, including; State Prosecutor, Corporate Governance Specialist and Senior Forensic Auditor.
 
He completed his Law Degree, from the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) and hold various other qualifications in Forensic Auditing, Fraud Examination and Anti-Money Laundering.  He is a guest lecturer at the University of Pretoria, Centre for Forensic Accounting and regularly facilitates training courses relating to investigation and prosecution of Public Finance related offences to the Specialised Commercial Crimes Unit (SCCU) of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), as well as the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI).
 

He periodically conducts country assessments under the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Anti-Bribery Convention (“OECD”) and the United Nations, Anti-Corruption Convention (“UNCAC”), as a subject matter expert and reviewing expert.

 

Agenda:

Arrival & registration 09:00 to 09:30

Organised crime: using POPI, POCA and PRECCA as tools against Organised Crime

Mr Chad Thomas

09:30 to 11:30

Criminal offences under the PFMA

Adv Ryno de Water

11:30 to 12:30
Lunch & network 12:30 to 13:15
Information about ICFP membership 13:15 to 13:30

Government employees conducting business with the State: A criminal law perspective

Adv Ryno de Water

13:30 to 14:30

CPD Credits: 4

Cost:

ICFP Members and special guests

Free

Non-members

R275 +VAT

Register

Venue: 
Nedbank Auditorium, 90 Bram Fischer Rd, Durban Central, Durban