When and where is it on?
21/5 – Limerick, 6pm registration – Savoy Hotel
22/5 – Shannon, 7.30am registration – Treacys Oakwood Hotel
22/5 – Galway, 12.30 registration – Clayton Hotel
How many years has it been going?
It’s a sporadic event, covering different topics depending on the year. The last 12/18 month’s events would have been on the topic of Brexit.
What was the inspiration to start it?
Attempted eFraud is an increasing trend in Irish businesses. As such it’s very topical to go out and meet with businesses to inform them of the types of things they should be watching out for and the steps to put in place to minimise the chance of their business falling foul of these attempts.
What exciting things can people look forward to?
Hearing from one of AIB’s experts in the area of eFraud, and learning of the types of attempts we have come across. Similarly Oliver Mangan, AIB’s Chief Economist, will give a brief update on what to expect re economic growth, FX rates & interest rates in these uncertain times
Who will be speaking?
Oliver Mangan, AIB’s Chief Economist, who will discuss “The Economic Outlook in Uncertain Times” and Deborah Kilbride, eFraud specialist, who will discuss “the practical steps companies can take to minimise the business risk of fraud attempts”
What tips would you give to people attending to get the most out of it?
Turn up, network and be prepared to participate in the Q&A
How can people book tickets / when does it usually sell out?
Anything else you’d like to add / we should have asked?
These are the first in a series of nationwide events, which will continue in the Autumn, so if the times / dates / locations don’t suit, feel free to email and register your interest for after the summer and preferred location.