Fraud fingerprints: The warning signs of fraud and money laundering

21 Nov 2014

Kevin Shergold explores the trends and warning signs of fraud and money laundering in law firms and client organisations

Fraud is on the increase and international estimates suggest losses due to fraudulent action by employees alone could account for five per cent of organisations' annual revenues.1 Across the UK, one in two firms may have been impacted by economic crime, which underscores the ubiquitous nature of fraud. From asset misappropriation, bribery and corruption to

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