Why you should join


A key feature of the LFF is that our members are practitioners in fraud prevention, investigation and prosecution from across a wide range of companies and organisations in both public and private sectors, including:

  • financial institutions
  • local authorities
  • law firms
  • charities
  • accountancy firms
  • gaming companies
  • law enforcement
  • government departments
  • corporates
  • NGOs

and others.

We feel this is vital, as it gives our members the chance to hear new and different perspectives from their counterparts in other sectors on issues and problems that we all face on a daily basis.


You can become a member of the LFF if you are an anti-fraud practitioner in a front-line organisation or company, within the London area or outside.

By becoming an LFF member you will benefit from:

  • regular updates on key developments and trends affecting your day-to-day business;
  • being able to share, benchmark and explore experiences and ideas with people from within your own sector and also outside, who all have the same concerns and problems as you;
  • great networking opportunities, particularly at our breakfast seminars and conference;
  • access to the members’ section of our website, where you will find speakers’ presentations from our
    breakfast seminars and conferences, a list of members’ contact details, a members’ discussion forum - and more!


Membership of the LFF is on an individual basis, and our membership year runs from the date date of our annual conference in October.

The delegate fee for the conference automatically includes a year’s membership of the LFF.

Annual membership is also available if you are unable to attend the conference: the annual fee is currently £50.00 + VAT.

To apply for membership simply click on the red button top right to complete the online application form.

We will then send you an invoice for the annual membership fee, which can be paid by bank transfer or cheque.