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  • AML/CTF impacts of SuperStream measures
    Issue 16 | October 2013
    The ‘SuperStream’ package of measures impact how super funds comply with their AML/CTF obligations, and may require reconsideration of the approaches traditionally taken by super funds to member due diligence.
  • Bribery and corruption risk: the unseen cost
    Issue 16 | October 2013
    The cost of bribery to business and the wider community is significant, with long term social and economic consequences often unseen and regularly misunderstood.
  • No excuses: Failure to manage electronic record discovery presents litigation risk
    Issue 16 | October 2013
    The low cost of electronic data storage, coupled with a behavioural shift towards increased reliance on electronic communication, has resulted in corporations retaining vast quantities of data.
  • The reality of ‘hacking’ – what is your response?
    Issue 15 | July 2013
    Cyber-security is now a critical issue for CEOs, boards and political leaders as cyber-attacks on businesses and governments, including those in Australia, increase.
  • Technology Assisted Review tools as an aid to Electronic Discovery
    Issue 15 | July 2013
    How technology assisted review tools are assisting electronic document review processes in litigation.
  • In a world full of data and technology, don’t forget the value of the face-to-face approach
    Issue 15 | July 2013
    David Morgan explores two case studies involving interviews with suspects that highlight the importance of keeping an open mind.
  • Expanding in South Australia
    Issue 14 | March 2013
    Deloitte Forensic is pleased to welcome, Ian Wigg to our growing South Australian Forensic team.
  • Deloitte Whistleblower service - pitfalls and keys to success
    Issue 14 | March 2013
    Encouraging honest employees to raise the flag when something is awry is one of the most effective ways to uncover fraud, theft, workplace safety or sexual harassment incidents, before they get out of hand.
  • Contract Inspection: case study
    Issue 14 | March 2013
    The complexity of business-to-business contracting creates challenges in monitoring and contract performance assessment that organisations may not be equipped to deal with.
  • Forensic analytics - slicing through cost
    Issue 14 | March 2013
    In the current environment, where business is increasingly focused on cost management, data can be used to optimise an organisation’s cost structure from the ground up.
  • E-discovery and archiving
    Issue 14 | March 2013
    Companies around the world continue to struggle to respond to legal requests when it comes to electronic discovery (e-discovery).
  • Partner Insight
    Issue 13 | December 2012
    Deloitte Forensic experts provide some perspectives on 2012 and insights on what to look for in 2013.
  • Red flags for business fraud
    Issue 13 | December 2012
    Deloitte Forensic Partner, Siobhan Hennessy recently spoke with journalist Russell Emmerson from news.com.au about fraud red flags and the importance of knowing the employees in your organisation. A well-developed fraud prevention strategy can help you and your organisation read the signs and act before it’s too late.
  • Alert: Revised Bribery guidance by the UK SFO
    Issue 13 | December 2012
    On 9 October 2012, the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) issued revised guidance regarding facilitation payments, gifts and hospitality and self-reporting. The revised guidance, which supersedes previous guidance issued by the SFO, is effective immediately.
  • Doing more with less: productivity and data analytics
    Issue 12 | October 2012
    Glen Ryman highlights the benefit of using advanced data analytics to identify and help drive improvements in productivity.
  • Fraud Risk Management under the microscope
    Issue 12 | October 2012
    A report by the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) “Fraud Prevention Strategies in Local Government” was tabled in the Victorian Parliament on 6 June 2012 and included a summary of the results of an assessment of the effectiveness of a sample of Victorian local councils’ fraud prevention strategies and selected controls.
  • Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing risk assessments
    Issue 12 | October 2012
    Can your risk assessment detect corruption? Lisa Dobbin and Joanna Twartz explore how to protect your entity and what you can do to improve corruption detection.
  • Improper revenue recognition – an old trick revisited
    Issue 12 | September 2012
    Forde Nicolaides and Siobhan Hennessy look at improper revenue recognition practices that would be considered fraudulent as they do not comply with the applicable accounting standards that prescribe when revenue should be recognised and how it should be measured by companies preparing financial statements.
  • Harnessing the power of supply chain analytics
    Issue 12 | September 2012
    Raenuka Menon looks at applying analytics to the supply chain, and the fact that it is not a new concept. However, the traditional focus on one single link in the supply chain no longer delivers the optimal value and competitive edge a company requires in today’s economic climate.
  • Bribery and corruption survey 2012
    Issue 12 | August 2012
    The significant increase in foreign bribery and corruption exposure in the past 18 months highlights the real need for action by Australian organisations. On 26 April 2012, Deloitte launched its inaugural Bribery and Corruption survey that covers Australian and New Zealand organisations across all sectors, public, private and not for profit.
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