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The finalists of the 2020 Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs) have been announced

Recognising the outstanding contribution in tackling all areas of economic crime, the Awards showcase the very best organisations, teams, individuals and initiatives that the sector has to offer and acknowledges their considerable achievements. Professor Martin Gill, founder of the TECAs said: “Building on the success of the 2019 inaugural TECAs, we are delighted with...

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Call for nominations for the 2020 Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs)

Entry to the 2020 TECAs is open and all those working in the economic crime sector are encouraged to nominate those who have made a significant contribution in tackling all areas of crime, such as fraud, corporate espionage, money laundering, bribery and corruption. The awards are free to enter and recognise individuals, teams, initiatives,...

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Thought Leadership Webinars

The OSPAs, Perpetuity Research and TECAs are to run a series of free Thought Leadership webinars to address current security issues following the coronavirus pandemic. A number or world-renowned speakers will come together to debate issues affecting the security industry in a series of sessions due to take place over the coming weeks. Click...

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Winners of the inaugural Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs) announced

The winners of the first-ever Tackling Economic Crime Awards were announced on Monday 9th December at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane where 250 representatives from the financial crime sector were in attendance. The winners were selected from an esteemed panel of judges and the awards were presented in 13 categories to public, private and third sector...

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Finalists announced for the Inaugural Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs)

The finalists of the inaugural Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs) have been announced. Recognising the valuable contribution in tackling all areas of economic crime, the Awards showcase the very best companies, individuals and initiatives that the sector has to offer and acknowledges their considerable achievements. Professor Martin Gill, founder of the TECAs said: “The...

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Final call for the TECAs

Nominations for the inaugural Tackling Economic Crime Awards will officially close on Thursday 1st August 2019. With the deadline now fast approaching, those involved in tackling any area of economic crime are being encouraged to put forward their nominations. These high-status awards will be bestowed on an annual basis to companies and individuals working in the...

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Entries are open for the inaugural Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs).

The TECAs are independent.  They have been designed to acknowledge companies, initiatives, individuals and teams who have made an outstanding contribution to tackling economic crime, including any area of fraud, money laundering, bribery and corruption. The awards are free to enter and open to anyone working in the UK - operating in the public,...

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