Control Risks

The case for multi-disciplinary investigations

By Chris Bailes and Ramin Tabatabai

Multi-layered frauds require a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach, but getting all of the professionals pointing in the same direction is not always an easy task to achieve.

As the scale and complexity of frauds against organisations grows, so too does the sophistication and diversity of the resource needed to minimise the damage, uncover the perpetrators and ensure that the vulnerability is discovered and removed.

Not only are large-scale fraud investigations now multi-disciplinary; they are increasingly multi-jurisdictional as well. This has accelerated the need for organisations to better protect themselves and have efficient measures in place to address exposures to fraud and corruption…

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