Detective Chief Inspector, National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, City of London Police
As a Deputy Chief Inspector within the Economic Crime Directorate, DCI Andrew Fyfe has investigated a wide range of serious, complex & organised fraud cases affecting the banking and insurance industries. Whilst seconded to the Serious Fraud Office, he gained considerable experience working on some of the largest fraud cases in the UK, and conducted enquiries in several overseas jurisdictions. Prior to that, he was named Head of Crime in the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, in charge of the crime review teams, cyber teams and pro-active disruption team. As such he has oversight of the full scale and nature of all fraud and cybercrimes reported to UK law enforcement via the Action Fraud reporting service. In 2008 he led the enquiry into the first "mini Madoff" investment scheme fraud reported to the City of London Police as a consequence of the credit crisis. Fyfe has also been credited with building the Lead Force Centre of Excellence for Fraud, devising and delivering a wide range of training, advice and guidance given to police forces, law enforcement agencies and the financial industry. In this role he helped the Force develop very strong relations with contacts in the financial community.