Many studies have been conducted and shown that typical financial losses from fraud account for around 5-7% of top line revenue. In addition, if a company is subjected to a regulatory investigation, the costs of an investigation may outweigh the financial losses for fraud as the company needs to hire lawyers, accountants and public relations specialists to manage key stakeholders and protect its reputation.
This begs the question - are investments in fraud prevention a costly optional exercise, or a financial saving?
BritCham and FTI Consulting would like to invite you to join us for this presentation with real life case studies as Benjamin Ee and Eu Sun Chan discuss:
BritCham would like to thank FTI Consulting for partnering with us for this event.
Managing Director, Risk Advisory & Investigations of FTI CONSULTING
Senior Director, Risk Advisory & Investigations of FTI CONSULTING
British Chamber of Commerce
137 Telok Ayer Street