Most fraud is committed within the financial services sector, causing significant loss of revenues, reputation and customer confidence, writes Chris Johnston
Last year, the UK economy lost £52 billion from fraud and 70 per cent of companies suffered from at least one type of fraudulent activity. Yet only half of UK companies have a fraud policy in place. With cyber crime set to increase throughout 2014, this report investigates the rise in e-commerce fraud, tackling financial services and card fraud, and corruption risks in emerging markets. It also explores the importance of company anti-fraud and whistleblowing policies, and how businesses can better protect their digital assets and IP.
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Stories of whistleblowing can be like espionage thrillers, shining light into dark corners of the corporate world where the stakes are high, writes Edwin Smith
It is not only the banks job to fight fraud, it’s yours too, says Chris Skinner, chairman of the Financial Services Club
When a company expands into new territories, especially emerging markets, bribery and corruption is a significant risk of doing business through local third-party representatives, as James Dean reports