Expert investigator into the sale of clocked and crashed cars, Paul Hanna will be speaking on the topic of consumer protection and the fight against the sale of crashed cars at the upcoming IBIS Ireland event on May 2.
Hanna has over 27 years’ investigative experience between the London Metropolitan Police Service, Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission and more recently the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, which he joined in October 2016 as its deputy director of Criminal Enforcement.
His current role includes the management of criminal investigations into breaches of competition and consumer protection legislation. Hanna leads a team of investigators engaged in proactive enforcement work into the investigation of vehicle traders suspected of the sale of clocked and crashed cars to consumers.
IBIS Ireland is the must-attend, annual staple event for the body repair industry in Ireland. Targeted are repairers, vehicle manufacturers, insurers, suppliers and other key stakeholders.
Under the umbrella theme of ‘securing the future’, the entire experience will provide delegates with a unique and concentrated opportunity for peer-to-peer networking, relationship building, knowledge sharing, debate and learning.
Visit the agenda page on the IBIS Ireland 2019 section of the IBIS website – www.ibisworldwide.com – to see the full stellar line-up of expert speakers who will leave delegates with the insight and knowhow to face the challenges in everyday business and develop long term strategies.
Delegate bookings are now being taken – to secure your place or to find out more, contact Jonny Hyams at firstname.lastname@example.org. To follow updates and for the very latest event information, follow IBIS on Twitter @IBISworldwide or visit the website www.ibisworldwide.com.