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  • Enterprise Fraud and Misuse Management: The analytical evolution of prevention
    From credit card companies to insurance providers to federal healthcare agencies, nearly any organization that makes large disbursements knows the frustration of the “pay and chase” cycle. Thanks to a new breed of analytical software and platforms that use a Big Data approach, organizations are now better poised to spot and stop fraud before the money leaves the organization.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on financial crime
    This issue of Risk Angles answers five questions on financial crime and takes a closer look at the use of Big Data to proactively address fraud risk.
  • Top issues for banking M&A in 2014
    The search for growth and scale could generate a steady pickup in bank merger & acquisition deal volume during 2014.
  • Cash-flow pitfalls
    Cash/liquidity is as important to a company in a distressed situation as gasoline is to an automobile. Read this article to examine several liquidity pitfalls that management teams or turnaround professionals should be cognizant of and, if possible, avoid altogether.
  • Google Cloud collections
    Find out how investing time to understand a company’s objectives and infrastructure helped in deploying the appropriate cloud tools to address a complex, time-sensitive project.
  • 5 questions on cross-border eDiscovery challenges
    Is your organization dealing with data outside of the US? Learn about the potential challenges you may face and how you can be prepared for cross-border litigation and investigations.
  • The full Monte Carlo: Common pitfalls and leading practices in the application of Monte Carlo simulation
    Learn how careful framing and data analyses, thoughtful selection, and communication of outputs may go a long way toward enhancing the quality of the decision-making process.
  • Lease accounting survey
    To better understand the expected impacts and implementation issues that may result from the FASB’s proposed lease accounting standard, Deloitte conducted a survey. Learn more about the findings, including how companies generally remain no more prepared to comply with the new standard than they were two years ago.
  • Analytics Trends 2014 (And why some may not materialize)
    In 2014, eight business analytics trends will rule the day-or will they? Explore this interactive infographic to learn more.
  • Minimizing goodwill impairment differences globally: No fast or simple solution
    A crucial exercise for acquisitive businesses is to routinely assess the goodwill booked in an acquisition to determine whether there has been any impairment and, if so, how much. Read the report to explore some of these issues for insights.
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