Sundar Narayanan

SundarSundar Narayanan is a fraud examiner by qualification and profession. He currently leads the Forensic Services division in SKP Group in India. He has extensive experience in employee fraud, senior management fraud and anti-corruption compliance reviews. Sundar has made several presentations and conducted training for clients on fraud investigation and anti-corruption compliance, including presenting two papers at the Wharton School on anti-corruption.  He frequently writes on anti-bribery and corruption and investigation techniques.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence Takes On Transactional Fraud In the field of fraud prediction, with transactional fraud raising every day; investors, board, management and business heads are keen to look at possibilities of detecting fraudulent transactions before they pass through the system. Machine learning algorithms bring efficiency in identifying potentially fraudulent transactions. Certain factors require critical consideration while adopting machine learning for fraud prediction....

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folder of fraud investigations

How Effective and Efficient is Your Process? In-house investigation teams are expected to be agile to be able to help organizations in addressing cases that come from whistleblowing channels and sustaining the ethical standards of the organization. By supporting your investigation teams with measures to assess effectiveness and efficiency you can help make the teams more agile and enable them to deliver...

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ISO 37001 specifies requirements and provides guidance for establishing, implementing, maintaining, reviewing and improving an anti-bribery management system. There is, of course, good cause for businesses in India to adopt the new standard, but it’s likely that there will be some staunch opposition to the change.

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Independent directors face steepening personal liabilities

Considering the limitations of any one individual’s capabilities, the time one is practically able to spend, and one’s access to company information – such as operations and finance – it may be time to augment our expectations of independent directors. What independent directors need for effective governance is a holistic view, but they may not be prepared for that full responsibility.

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