A Fraud Film Festival first

NZ International Fraud Film Festival

Deloitte is proud to be a partner in the Fraud Film Festival, an event we are supporting that is designed to bring the issue of fraud and other financial crimes alive in the New Zealand context.

We continue to find new and innovative ways to strengthen the fight against fraud. The launch of the Southern Hemisphere’s first fraud film festival aims to improve capabilities within the industry, and increase awareness by offering an open and unique forum for everyone to attend.

The Fraud Film Festival will deliver two full days of insightful and stimulating documentaries, with each film followed by live discussion and debate from experts in the field about fraud and its prevention.  Festival themes include cybercrime, dishonesty, investigative journalism and corruption.  This is not an ordinary conference but an opportunity to learn and network with people who are passionate about protecting New Zealand from the consequences of fraud.

The Fraud Film Festival will take place on the 18th (by invitation) & 19th (open to all) November at Q Theatre, Auckland, and is a key event in the global Fraud Awareness Week.

This is a unique opportunity for public and private sector organisations to collaborate. Our festival partners include Meredith Connell, ACC, ASB, FMA, dave clark design, MBIE’s Consumer Protection, Omega Investigations, SFO , Transparency International NZ and Visa.

For the first time in this part of the world, an Anti-Fraud Award will be presented to a person, organisation or initiative that demonstrably distinguishes itself in the fight against fraud, sets an example and is a source of inspiration for others.  Nominations for this award are now open and can be made on the Fraud Film Festival website.

To view the full festival programme and ticketing information for the public day visit

For further information on the Deloitte Forensic services please contact:

Ian Tuke Director – Deloitte Forensic and Film Festival Chair.

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