KATHMANDU: National Banking Institute Ltd (NBI) is organising a one-day conference on ‘Financial Fraud’ in association with Fintelekt, India, on April 27 in Kathmandu.
The programme is aimed at reviewing and reflecting on banking frauds like cyber frauds, ATM and card frauds, skimming, vishing, phishing, SIM cloning, syndicates and identity theft, among others. The subject experts from India — Rajendra Sankhlecha, head of Financial Crime Analytics Practice, Axis Bank Ltd, Suveer Khanna, Forensic Service KPMG and Prasanna Lohar, chief of technology at DCB Bank — will be making their deliberations. There will also be a panel discussion towards the end of the programme, as per a press statement.
The programme is expected to be attended by over 150 senior level bank employees from across the nation.