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Winners of the 2021 TECAs announced

Posted 7 December 2021 · Add Comment

The winners of the third edition of the Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs) were announced on Monday 6th December at a virtual awards show where representatives from across the financial crime sector tuned in live to celebrate the outstanding achievements of all the finalists and winners.

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Founder of the TECAs, Professor Martin Gill hosted the awards and was helped by Alan Dedicoat (known by many as the ‘The Voice of the Balls’), sponsors and judges.

Martin Gill noted that the past 18-months had provided both challenges and opportunities and this year had seen the most entries since the inception of the awards 3 years ago – clearly demonstrating the excellent work that is taking place in the flight against all areas of economic crime.

Commissioner Ian Dyson QPM of the City of London Police made a guest appearance where he reflected on his time as the chief officer lead on economic crime pending his imminent retirement from policing.

The winners were selected by an independent panel of judges, and the awards were presented in 12 categories to public, private and third sector organisations and people.

The 2021 winners are:

  • Outstanding Team
    HMRC Fraud Investigation Service, Cardiff and the Financial Development Team, London
     
  • Outstanding Manager or Director
    Neil Green - Government Internal Audit Agency
     
  • Outstanding Policing Initiative
    Economic Crime Operations and Strategy Teams Civil Recovery Workstream - HMRC Fraud Investigation Service
  • Outstanding Customer Service Initiative
    NatWest and Nuance - Tackling Fraud Together
     
  • Outstanding Partnership
    Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (JMLIT) Tax Crime and Evasion Threat Group
     
  • Outstanding Training Initiative
    DCPCU Protect Team
     
  • Outstanding New Product
    HSBC Fraud and Cyber Awareness App
     
  • Outstanding Investigator
    David Campbell - HMRC
     
  • Outstanding Prevention Initiative
    National Trading Standards Scams Team / Call Blockers
     
  • Outstanding Young Professional
    Samuel Dean - HMRC
  • Outstanding Tackling Economic Crime Professional
    Claire Jenkins MSc FCCA - Companies House
    Lifetime Achievement
    Paul Bamford - HMRC


Summaries of all the winners can be viewed on the TECAs website and the awards live stream can be viewed here .

 

 



 

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