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  • Forensic data collection in GCC countries: Navigating local laws and business practices
    Performing forensic data collection appropriately can be a sophisticated task. Now try doing it thousands of miles away, in Arabic. Oh, and the general manager of your local business unit may not be entirely above suspicion. Are you ready for forensic data collection in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states?
  • Using analytics in banks: Smarter continuous monitoring
    The article discusses how contemporary data analytics can help banks enhance their continuous monitoring to help detect potential wrongdoing more quickly and efficiently, providing greater ability to take remedial action before whistleblowers and regulators spring into action. The article sets out four recommended actions.
  • Shrinking retail shrink: Using analytics to help detect fraud and grow margins
    Global inventory shrinkage increased 6.6 percent for the year ended June 2011 to more than U.S. $119 billion, representing 1.45 percent of global retail sales at retail sales value, according to the Centre for Retail Research’s report, The Global Retail Theft Barometer 2011. This article describes how retailers can use new technologies such as data analytics to help them detect more fraud and improve margins in an increasingly challenging economic environment.
  • New FCPA Resource Guide: Ten things for legal and compliance officers to consider
    Is the new FCPA Resource Guide from the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Guide”) really new or just a compilation of existing material? This article identifies 10 key takeaways from the Guide that may help legal and compliance officers obtain executive support and drive continued, appropriate enhancements to their FCPA/anti-corruption compliance programs.
  • The internal audit fraud challenge
    Economic uncertainty and changes to the regulatory landscape since 2010 have continued to push fraud risk to the front of company agendas. Deloitte UK’s "Internal Audit fraud challenge: Prevention, protection, detection" report seeks to uncover how these factors have influenced companies’ focus on fraud risk and understand what impact this is having on the role of internal audit.
  • Look before you leap: Navigating risks in emerging markets
    As companies continue to expand their activities in emerging markets — to produce products, deliver services, and sell to customers in these markets — many executives are concerned over compliance and integrity-related risks in these locations, which they believe are growing. These are some of the key findings of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP’s fifth annual Look Before You Leap survey.
  • Growth strategy and M&A: Environmental issues impacting strategic decisions
    Learn how environmental issues are impacting business strategy, operations and entity valuation, and what companies can do to align their management of environmental exposures with their strategic decision making.
  • Visual analytics: Revealing corruption, fraud, waste and abuse
    Learn why entities should equip their personnel with visual analytics tools and techniques to meet the growing challenge of reducing corruption, fraud, waste and abuse.
  • The tone at the top: Ten ways to measure effectiveness
    Explore ten ways that directors, compliance and risk management executives can assist an entity’s top management in measuring the tone at the top and taking actions to enhance effectiveness.
  • Ten things to improve your next internal investigation: Investigators share experiences
    Learn ten ways companies may be able to enhance the speed and efficiency of their investigation processes, which can help mitigate the potentially greater financial and reputational risks they may face.
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