Gary Gill

Gary Gill

KPMG Alumni

Articles by Gary Gill

Assurance & Risk

Reported fraud is on the decline but the perpetrators are becoming more ‘professional’

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.

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The noose is tightening on foreign bribery and corruption in Australia

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

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Assurance & Risk

Rewards for whistleblowers who do the ‘right thing’ but no bounty bonanza 

For years Australia has lagged behind in the protection of whistleblowers at the expense of those who do the right thing.

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Uncharted waters, the rising tide of Australian fraud

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 – the rising tide of fraud in this country.

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The 12 Days of Cyber Christmas: a cautionary tale in the digital age of ‘smart’ devices

The holidays are nearly with us and everyone is surely looking forward to a rest. Well not everyone, because while you chill out, the fraudsters are still hard at work…

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Unwittingly sharing your personal details online? The results can be pretty creepy

Filled in an online form lately? Bought a book or signed up to a content streaming service? Shared a selfie. Well you have just added more information to your unseen…

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Whistleblowing: should “doing the right thing” be rewarded?

It’s no secret that whistleblowing is a risky business. Historically, whistleblowers have had little protection from reprisal and even less incentive to come forward to “do the right thing”. However,…

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Australia not immune from the fraud plague – don’t be complacent, fraud is on the rise

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 a little.

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Anti-Bribery and Corruption laws: not as easy as ABC

Globalisation and cross-border trade has unquestionably brought huge benefits to the Australian economy. But there are darker sides – and the challenge of dealing with bribery and corruption is one of them.

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