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Consultations

A range of public sector organisations, such as government, parliamentary, law enforcement and other stakeholders, often approach Cifas for our views on points of discussion for policy makers in the realm of fraud and financial crime.

We have responded to a wide range of consultations and inquiries from a variety of public sector organisations, all of which are collected on this page. For more information about any of these responses, please contact us.

Our consultation responses are informed by three decades of experience operating in the fraud and financial crime sphere, as well as a wealth of information provided by our cross-sector fraud intelligence sharing databases, giving us unique insight into the current fraud landscape. 

The responses highlight what we feel are the important issues to focus on in fraud and financial crime. They provide both policy makers and the media with the right insight and expertise to have informed and useful discussion about how to prevent fraud and financial crime. They also highlight the potential impact of new policies, legislation, and regulation on preventing financial crime.

Please read consultation responses that are of interest, and contact us if you have any questions.

Consultation responses 

2018 

October

Cifas response to the FCA consultation on extending the jurisdiction of the Financial Ombudsman Service to authorised push payment fraud
Read the response

May

Cifas submission to Treasury Select Committee Inquiry on Economic Crime
Read the response

2017 

December

Cifas response to the Internet Safety Strategy green paper
Read the response

October

Cifas response to the Public Accounts Committee inquiry into online fraud
Read the response

July

Cifas, Ravelin, Age UK joint response to Office of National Statistics – Changes to the Crime Survey for England and Wales
Read the response

May

Cifas response to Department for Culture, Media & Sport – GDPR and derogations for fraud prevention
Read the response

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