The Wine Detective – counterfeit wine and the techniques used to detect it
Interested in fraud, investigations, and wine or looking to stock something special in your cellar?
Interested in fraud, investigations, and wine or looking to stock something special?
KPMG in Singapore and Berry Bros. & Rudd are pleased to invite you to join us at our upcoming webinar ‘The Wine Detective - counterfeit wine and the techniques used to detect it’.
If you have an interest in fraud, investigations, and wine or looking to stock something special in your cellar, this webinar will be an insightful session for you. Attendees can look forward to a special sharing by Philip Moulin, Berry Bros. & Rudd’s in-house wine detective, who’s tasked with keeping the wines stored for over 37,000 clients free of counterfeits.
This session will cover the following topics:
- A background of wine counterfeit fraud
- The role of a wine authentication expert
- How to spot a fake bottle – investigation techniques
- Anti-fraud protections for producers
This webinar is complimentary, although early registration is recommended. Please indicate your availability to attend this webinar by clicking on the registration button below.
Thursday, 25 November 2021
4:30pm - 5:30pm (SG)
8:30am - 9:30am (UK)
Partner, Forensic, Advisory
KPMG in Singapore
Owen is a Partner in KPMG in Singapore Forensic practice with 20 years of investigations and litigation experience. He helps clients deal with issues caused by fraud and corruption in business, disputes and disagreements with commercial partners, and meeting their regulatory compliance obligations.
Quality & Authentication Manager
Berry Bros. & Rudd Ltd
Philip is a wine authentication expert at London-based merchant Berry Bros & Rudd. He is responsible for detecting counterfeit wine and manages a specially trained team to respond to the growing need to address questions of wine fraud and counterfeits in the market.