CED attaches great importance to effective fraud prevention. Preventing, detecting and combating fraud is high on the agenda of CED offices across Europe.
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CED attaches great importance to effective fraud prevention. Preventing, detecting and combating fraud is high on the agenda of CED offices across Europe. It is therefore not surprising that this subject enjoyed a lot of attention at CED's international conference in Rome.
CED employs standard processes to detect fraud, which is why all 14 branches of CED use the same system for claims handling - D'Artagnan. This system contains a fraud checklist, so that potential fraud cases are detected automatically. In addition, CED has appointed a fraud coordinator in each country in which we have a branch - to screen all such dubious claims.
External speakers also had their say on fraud at the CED international conference in Rome. Jelle Smits, chair of the fraud work group of the Council of Bureaux - the organisation behind the Green Card system, gave an interesting update on the way the bureau wants to tackle fraud. According to the work group, the main driver of success in this area will be the sharing of knowledge and experience.
The desire for knowledge sharing was immediately satisfied in Rome by Jeroen Morrenhof, CEO of Friss, a company specialising in fraud detection and risk assessment, and a partner of CED. Morrenhof's presentation went deeper into fraud detection, indicators and the use of various databases.
The presentations by the Council of Bureaux and by Friss may be viewed at: