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2022 AFP Payments Fraud & Control Survey: The Latest Trends in Payments Fraud

Credits: CTP/CCM: 1.2 | FPAC: Not Approved for FPAC credits

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Gain a better understanding of the changing dynamics of Fraud as companies shift from paper to digital methods in this companion webinar to the 2022 Payments Fraud Survey, underwritten by J.P. Morgan. The survey reports that overall payment fraud is down, but the underlying fraud by payment type is ever changing.  BEC or Business Email Compromise is still number one source for fraud and now there is a new target.  Speakers provide examples of approaches to best protect your company through working with your bank and ensuring your policies and procedures are current.

Learning Objectives
- Learn about the latest trends in payments fraud- from paper to digital payment types
- Understand where your company might be at greater risk for payments fraud and how best to mitigate

Opening Remarks
Sue Dean
Head of Solutions, Commercial Banking
J.P. Morgan

This recording was originally delivered live on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, and is now available to you as a convenient and cost-effective way to support your learning and development while also earning CTP/CCM credits. This webinar is not approved for FPAC credits.

Credits Confirmation
Take the quiz that appears at the conclusion of the recording within your recertification cycle to earn eligible credits. Once you’ve successfully completed the quiz, you will be prompted to complete a brief Credits Request Form. Following the completion of this form, an email confirmation of credits earned and directions to post your credits in the Recertification Reporting Tool will be sent to you for your records. If you attended the live version of this webinar, you cannot earn credit for the recorded as well.



  • Tom Hunt, CTP
    Director, Treasury Services
  • Doug Knebel
    Director Treasury & Risk
    Club Car
  • John L. Geronimo
    Fraud Strategy Director
    J.P. Morgan