Judging panel

The judges for the Charities Against Fraud Awards 2018 include:

Alan Bryce - Head of Development and Operational Intelligence, Charity Commission for England and Wales

With an MSc in Counter Fraud & Counter Corruption, Alan is the Head of Development & Operational Intelligence at the Charity Commission and takes a strategic lead working in partnership with charities and key stakeholders to develop the capability and capacity of the sector to tackle fraud.

Alan is the former Head of Counter Fraud at the Audit Commission where he was responsible for the development and delivery of the award winning series of reports on fraud in English local government, called ‘Protecting the Public Purse’. He is also the former chair and board member of The European Institute for Countering Corruption And Fraud (TEICCAF), and is a CPFA accredited investigator and former police officer.

Mia Campbell - Manager, Fraud Advisory Panel

Mia is the manager of the Fraud Advisory Panel, the UK's leading anti-fraud charity. She has over fourteen years' experience in the counter fraud arena and has led many initiatives aimed at promoting fraud resilience within the charity sector, most recently the national charity fraud conferences.

John Baker - Counter Fraud Director, Moore Stephens

John has 20 years’ experience in countering fraud and corruption. He advises clients on the effectiveness of their anti-fraud/corruption arrangements and is a regular public speaker in the UK and overseas. John has extensive experience gained from working on a wide range of projects in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.  

John sits on the Advisory Panel of Portsmouth University’s Centre for Counter Fraud Studies, on the Editorial Board for the ‘Fraud Intelligence’ magazine, on the National Fraud Authority’s ‘Fighting Fraud Locally (FFL)’ Steering Committee and is Vice-Chair of the London Audit Fraud Group. He was also nominated as a short-list judge for the Government Counter Fraud Awards 2017, a similar event recognising counter fraud activities in the public sector.

Until recently he was a Director of the London Fraud Forum and an Executive Committee member of the Institute of Counter Fraud Specialists.

Paschal Ohalehi, Lecturer in Forensic Accounting, De Montfort University

Paschal has a PhD in Fraud management and has been a lecturer on the subject since 2011, most recently at De Montfort university. His expertise and research interests cover financial crime in charities, and their regulation.