ENTER NOW FOR THE 2018 ANTI-FRAUD AWARD
The 2018 Anti-Fraud Award recognises a person, organisation or initiative that demonstrably distinguishes itself in the fight against fraud, setting an example and a source of inspiration for others. The winner of the Anti-Fraud Award 2018 will be announced during the evening programme of 2nd March at the New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival.
Nominations for the award will be assessed by the Anti-Fraud Award Committee, comprised of individuals who have experience in fighting fraud. The Anti-Fraud Committee will decide which nominee qualifies for the award.
HOW TO ENTER
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?
If the answer is yes, we would like to invite you to nominate this person, organisation or initiative for the Anti-Fraud Award 2018. You may also nominate yourself if you feel you meet the criteria. Please answer the following questions in your submission.
There is a 400 word limit for each of the following questions. Please try to use the minimum amount of words to enable us to assess your entry effectively.
- How did the person, organisation or initiative distinguish itself in the fight against fraud?
e.g. innovative techniques, courageous actions taken.
- What visible or demonstrable results were achieved?
e.g. financial impact.
- Why is this person, organisation or initiative an inspiration to others?
Please include your name and contact details, along with the name and contact details for the person or organisation you have completed the submission for. You may choose to submit an accompanying PowerPoint presentation, or video clip, no longer than 3 minutes. Please email your submission to email@example.com. Entries close on Tuesday 20 February 2018 11.59pm.
The Fraud Film Festival will produce a short video for the three finalists. The videos will be played at the Fraud Film Festival during the award ceremony before the winner is announced.
Here is a link to the three finalists from the 2016 inaugural New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival as inspiration!
The following persons cannot be nominated for the Anti-Fraud Award 2018:
- Individual Board members of the Fraud Film Festival;
- Individual Steering Committee members of the Fraud Film Festival;
- Individual members of the Anti-Fraud Award Committee.
The Fraud Film Festival partner organisations can qualify for a nomination.
Barry Jordan – Partner, Deloitte (Chair, Anti-Fraud Award)
Rebecca Rolls – General Manager Investigations, Serious Fraud Office
Brian Dickey – Partner, Meredith Connell, Crown Solicitor
ABOUT THE AWARD
Southern Hemispheres first Anti-Fraud Award 2016
At the end of Day 1, an award ceremony was held to present an Anti-Fraud Award to a worthy recipient. The winner would receive a hand made solid bronze award created by renowned Dutch artist Jeroen Spijkers.
Bronwyn Groot from the BNZ edged out a number of high quality candidates through her fraud prevention and ‘scam savvy’ initiative – that focuses on protecting elderly from risks of scams and fraud.
The first Anti-Fraud Award was presented at the Dutch Fraud Film Festival, in 2014. The award trophy is designed and created by renowned Dutch artist Jeroen Spijker.