Fraud and financial crime
The discovery of fraud within an organisation can not only damage its reputation but shake the confidence of its lenders, shareholders, employees and customers. Unless the response is swift and uncompromising, it can become progressively more difficult to restore faith, trace lost assets and bring the perpetrators to justice.
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