Culture, oversight and fraud prevention

When fraud can be fatal

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As businesses change in response to new regulation, ranging from the Bribery Act and Fatca to Solvency II, their exposure to fraud risk changes as well. Anti-fraud precautions, then, are a key part of managing regulatory change. But operational risk managers could be going about fraud prevention the wrong way – soft defences such as cultural change and informal intelligence can be better than formal checks which can be bypassed.

The institution of controls on individual business functions must

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