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Tough times means more corporate fraud, says Kroll

Information theft is the fastest growing fraud within corporations, according to the Kroll Global Fraud report.
The investigation service Kroll has published its second Global Fraud report in conjunction with the Economist Intelligence Unit. It indicates that malfeasance within companies seems to be growing. Four out of five companies have had problems in the last three years.

In Asia, physical theft is the most common problem, having affected 41% of respondents. In second place in the roll of dishonour is information and intellectual property theft, with 31% of companies finding themselves a victim in Asia. In a global context, information theft is the fastest growing type of fraud that is currently being encountered by firms.

This year, the surveyÆs financial services focus falls upon the hazards to be found within hedging...
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