In this issue, Frank Hong examines the phenomenon of CEO fraud, in which a fraudster persuades a member of a company’s finance team to make an “extremely urgent” or “highly confidential” payment to a new recipient.
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We are delighted to be able to offer readers a 10% discount on the Compliance & Ethics International Conference 2015. More than 100 speakers are coming together for genuine, open and honest discussions about “real world” compliance and corruption issues; there’ll be no sugar-coating the challenges companies face. Through a combination of closed door confidential sessions, innovative formats and streamed sessions, the speakers and attendees will focus on the realities of not only creating and implementing successful ethics & compliance programmes, but also effecting cultural change at a grass roots level in their organisations.
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