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Unmasking Fraud: Investigating and Preventing Deceptive Practices

Fraud can easily be disguised as a mere operational risk event if the investigator fails to prove the motivation, intention, and premeditation.

An error in internal processes or a deficiency in the computer system might initially be interpreted as a simple operational incident. However, a more careful investigation could reveal that this error was intentionally generated to conceal fraud, such as fund diversion or manipulation of financial data.

Fraud is a deliberate and premeditated behavior, always involving motivation and intention, often fueled by a desire for quick personal enrichment, envy, financial pressure, frustrations, or other personal or professional reasons.

We are here to help you prevent fraud (the ideal situation) and investigate unwanted fraud incidents.

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