In this issue, Arjun Medhi, who provides the strategic lead on the UK Ministry of Defence’s Fraud & Corruption Risk Assessment & Loss Measurement programmes but also specialises in white collar crime in soccer, has written on the risks of fraud and corruption in UK soccer and how the sector can learn from financial institutions.
In addition, Wendy Johnson, who works in the Complaints and Investigations area of a bank affiliated broker-dealer has reviewed An Introduction to Internet-Based Financial Investigations: Structuring and Resourcing the Search for Hidden Assets and Information by Kimberly Goetz, published by Gower Publishing.
Gower has recently released four new titles: Heads or Tails, It Should Never Happen Again, Integrity in Business and Auditor Independence, as well as a series of publications on management/leadership skills. AFN members can order Gower titles with a 30% discount by using leaflet code G8ATZ30.
We are also pleased to again offer a 10% discount to AFN newsletter readers on IIR fraud courses. Fundamentals of Detecting & Preventing Fraud takes place on 15 January 2014 at The Hatton in central London; Advanced Techniques to Detect, Prevent & Investigate Fraud takes place on 16 January 2014 at The Hatton in central London. Click here for more information. Register your place either online, by calling +44 (0)20 7017 7790, or emailing email@example.com. Use VIP code FKW52588AFNL to save 10%.
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