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  • How regulators can help AML compliance officers do their jobs
    American Banker | August 4, 2014
    Anti-money laundering enforcement actions and their underlying investigations increasingly target compliance officers, seeking to hold them responsible when banks fail to play by the rules. In this bylined article, Bob Axelrod, director, Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP, explains more about the ways enforcement action by regulators could be crafted to help empower AML compliance officers.
  • Drowning in BSA demands: How to cope as regulators toughen their stance on Bank Secrecy Act Requirements
    American Banker | August 1, 2014
    Bob Axelrod, director, Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP, comments on recent trends in Bank Secrecy Act compliance, noting the responsibility of banks, who are already in the role of monitoring transactions, to share their knowledge about problematic transactions.
  • Become a leader of change: Managing through your company's liquidity crisis
    ABF Journal | July/August 2014
    Rudy Morando and Sugi Hadiwijaya, both senior managers with Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP, give insight into managing a distressed company in a liquidity crisis. Accepting the challenge and becoming a leader for change are important steps towards company rehabilitation. Rudy and Sugi discuss how having the right mindset and tools to address the challenge can be the difference between a successful recovery and a failed business.
  • Podcast: The stormy link between hurricanes, supply chain fraud
    Compliance Week | July 18, 2014
    Mark Pearson, principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP and Larry Kivett, partner, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, discuss the connection between weather disasters and supply chain fraud, including the results of a recent Deloitte poll showing as many as 28 percent of companies have no program in place to prevent supply chain fraud.
  • 5 myths of M&A data analytics
    Mergers & Acquisitions | May 12, 2014
    When it comes to M&A, data analytics can be a powerful decision-making tool. Yet, some organizations find themselves holding back because of concerns about analytics and the dealmaking process. David Williams, chief executive officer, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, and Chris Ruggeri, principal, Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP, discuss five popular myths about M&A analytics.
  • Deputizing financial institutions: How to make AML surveillance programs more useful to law enforcement
    Thomson Reuters Accelus | May 06, 2014
    Should financial institutions be deputized to help regulators in anti-money laundering and terrorist financing efforts? Get our take in this article from Reuters Compliance Complete.
  • Companies are failing to detect financial fraud in supply chains: Deloitte
    Forbes | April 16, 2014
    A recent Deloitte poll found less than a third of respondents are using analytics to mitigate fraud, waste, and abuse risks in their supply chains. Mark Pearson, principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, and Larry Kivett, partner, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, discuss the results with Forbes.
  • Wrap up: Q1 deal value reached highest level since 2008
    Mergers & Acquisitions | April 7, 2014
    In this video interview, David Williams, Chief Executive Officer of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, speaks with Mergers & Acquisitions magazine about deal expectations for 2014, noting that while most CFOs are comfortable with doing deals in North America and bullish on growth, they are also very concerned about the uncertainty from Washington and in the economy generally.
  • How Tully’s Coffee found liquidity without a traditional DIP loan
    ABF Journal | April 2014
    When Deloitte CRG was hired as financial and restructuring advisor to Tully’s Coffee, the team quickly discovered that Tully’s was running out of cash and had to make serious decisions about their future business operations. The Deloitte CRG team stepped in to find a creative solution – securing a merchant cash advance – to combat Tully’s liquidity crisis and looming Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Find out more on this unique financing solution.
  • Intellectual property drives M&A transactions
    Inside Counsel | March 27, 2014
    Don Fancher, principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, discusses the increasingly important role of intellectual property in M&A transactions. “As technology gets more advanced and more specialized, it becomes more difficult for companies to do all the research they need to meet the market,” Fancher says.
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