There was a sharp decrease in number and value of frauds in 2016-17 – but the average value of a fraud remains fairly constant at around $3.1m.
The risk of foreign bribery is increasing in Australia, given our location and the significant business dealings we have with countries in the Asia-Pacific region
Twas the week before Christmas, and all through the house no words were spoken, just the click of a mouse
A cautionary tale from Forensic Partner, Stan Gallo with sincere apologies to Clement Clark Moore
The Federal Government seeks to walk this delicate line in the exposure draft of Australia’s proposed new whistleblower regime, released on October 23, 2017.
Organisations must have a targeted strategy to help prevent and detect fraud, corruption and other misconduct says Steven Roberts
As the number of digital currencies has increased and awareness of their use in both criminal activity and terrorism financing has grown, the Australian Government has recognised the importance of regulating digital exchanges.
The ATO has reported that this time of year and the months that follow, often sees a spike in a range of scams aimed at tricking people into providing sensitive information or paying non-existent fees that can see them out of pocket for thousands of dollars.
Much attention has been given to issues like the Budget deficit and the possible impact of a Trump presidency on our economy. But there is another issue of growing concern…
Your organisation receives a call from a legitimate supplier inquiring as to why their invoice hasn’t been paid. This enquiry may be nothing out of the ordinary, until your organisation…
If you think we live in a country relatively free from the fraud and corruption that plagues many parts of the world, a new KPMG survey might shake you up…