A race against crime

Fraud Risk

Fraud investigation is like travelling in a taxi stuck in a traffic jam. The longer you delay it, the greater the price and the less chance you have of meeting your destination in any sensible time. That is the metaphor used by Ken Farrow, the former head of economic crime at the City of London Police and now a director at Control Risks, the investigative company. In today's unstable economic environment, companies are advised to mount investigations quickly and thoroughly, before the crook has

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