Fraud

Fraud refers to dishonest and illegal activities by people or companies with the intent of gain, either financial or otherwise. The following fraud reports, fraud news and articles about fraud look at the day-to-day challenges of preventing, identifying and mitigating fraud.

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What Global Corruption Scandals Can Teach Us

Businesses are coming under increased scrutiny, to ensure that their domestic and foreign operations comply with anti-corruption and anti-bribery legislation. The risk of investigation has never been greater and the reputational risk, given the current media interest in these sorts...

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The Looming Risk of Money Laundering

Anti-money laundering measures are heavily weighted toward the financial sector, but most criminals have figured this out, and are turning to alternative—and often highly creative—ways to “legitimize” funds.  How directly an organization is involved in such schemes depends on multiple factors—but...

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The Economic Costs of Corruption

In a truly extraordinary article in the New York Times (NYT), columnist Thomas L. Freidman opened the article on his interview with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) with the following, “I never thought I’d live long enough to write this...

TRACE: Why They Do It

TRACE: Why They Do It

Today, Alexandra speaks with Eugene Soltes, a professor of Business Administration at Harvard. Eugene’s research focuses on corporate misconduct and fraud and how organizations develop compliance systems to address these. His book “Why They Do It: Inside the Mind of...

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