Fraud. It’s 2013. Surely by now we’ve figured out how to catch the bad guys and gals. “Not”, say our experts:
Jonathan Middup: “Corporate fraud is most often a product of good people in bad circumstances. Depending on those circumstances, we could all be fraudsters.”
Jonathan E. Turner: “Over the past 15 years we’ve made great strides in understanding fraud, increasing technology-based tools, and created focused legislation – yet fraud losses are increasing and fraud schemes go longer before detection...Even though we have better tools, fraudsters do, too, and they are pulling ahead.”
Michael Rasmusssen: “Business today is like the Titanic.”
Rod Brennan: “The growing demand by stakeholders of financial and non-financial reporting for more real or near-real time reporting will drive the rapid adoption of automated assurance and monitoring in all organizations.”
Norman Marks: “Manage fraud like never before.”
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