Building robust fraud investigation teams through benchmarking

Organizations across the globe have been using benchmarking data to evaluate their performance, structure and operations as compared to those of their peers. Thus, benchmarking grew into a leading industry practice to assess performance, proficiently use resources, detect knowledge gaps and identify areas for improvement. To understand trends among internal fraud investigation professionals, The Association … More Building robust fraud investigation teams through benchmarking

Steering the power and utilities sector through fraud and corruption risks

India has witnessed tremendous growth in the power and utilities sector in recent years, with the Government launching various reforms and schemes to increase electrification reach and spread across the country. As per Central Electric Authority, India is one of the world’s largest producers and consumers of power, with over 1 trillion units generated and … More Steering the power and utilities sector through fraud and corruption risks

Overcoming risks and fostering an ethical business environment in Bangladesh

The current global environment is ripe with opportunities for developing countries. Bangladesh’s economic scorecard is well-aligned with this trend, as it showcases significant growth in line with other markets especially in the Asia Pacific region. The current Gross Domestic Product of the country stands at 6.8%, and has consistently been above 6% over the last … More Overcoming risks and fostering an ethical business environment in Bangladesh

APAC Fraud Survey 2017: Corporate India sees a tussle between growth and ethical conduct

Inconsistency and ambiguity in encouraging high ethical standards and insufficient understanding of compliance programs have increasingly led employees to justify unethical behaviour at the workplace states EY’s Asia-Pacific (APAC) Fraud Survey, Economic uncertainty or Unethical conduct: How should over-burdened compliance functions respond? The survey highlighted that ethical leadership has emerged worrisome in India and China … More APAC Fraud Survey 2017: Corporate India sees a tussle between growth and ethical conduct

Unleashing the potential of high growth companies by mitigating risks

High growth and entrepreneurial companies have emerged as the backbone of India’s economic success story and a key factor in the country’s development and progress. They have contributed significantly to the GDP, offered numerous opportunities by creating jobs, increased exports and delivered high value to the stakeholders involved. With changing times, building high growth companies … More Unleashing the potential of high growth companies by mitigating risks

EMEIA Fraud Survey 2017: Is workplace ethics taking a backseat in India?

Uncertainties in the business environment, augmenting pressure to meet financial targets and aspirations to achieve unprecedented career growth are driving employees to justify unethical workplace behaviour, states EY’s Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey. The India findings of the survey titled Human instinct or machine logic – which do you trust most in … More EMEIA Fraud Survey 2017: Is workplace ethics taking a backseat in India?

Battling corruption through France’s SAPIN II Bill

France recently enacted the amended SAPIN II Bill in an effort to be in tune with global anti-corruption regulations. SAPIN II bill introduces multiple measures to combat bribery and corruption among corporates and charts a holistic path to drive compliance. The legislation extends to foreign jurisdictions and calls for prosecution of foreign companies whose entities … More Battling corruption through France’s SAPIN II Bill