It is a fascinating book, showing how easy it may be for employees, customers, clients and consultants to commit fraud, and how easy it may be to prevent this. It is a book that anyone working in procurement or supply chain management should read and ponder A Short Guide to Fraud Risk is an ideal introduction to the subject in easily accessible language Each chapter takes one part of the topic, puts it in context, gives examples and concludes with a brief summary of the key points It is also good to see a section on the impact of the media Overall, the guide offers useful introductory advice that most readers, regardless of their level of knowledge, can learn from.
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Table of contents Contents: Foreword; Managing fraud risk; Developing an anti-fraud culture; Assessing fraud risk; Treating fraud risk; Detecting fraud; Managing incidents; Measuring fraud resistance; References. Review quote ' It is a fascinating book, showing how easy it may be for employees, customers, clients and consultants to commit fraud, and how easy it may be to prevent this.
It is a book that anyone working in procurement or supply chain management should read and ponder It's a well-written book, clear, concise and well-structured and it should be on every manager's shelf and for that matter, every employee's shelf, too. About Martin Samociuk Nigel Iyer is a practitioner in fraud and corruption risk management with an emphasis on proactive prevention. Martin Samociuk was also a practitioner in fraud and corruption risk management. Both have extensive practical experience in this field in most parts of the world.
The authors founded the Hibis Group www. He is currently developing a number of new dramatic productions and training films and is a Partner in the Septia Group www.
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Helenne Doody is a fraud risk management specialist. She then worked in industry for a year as an internal auditor focusing on risk and internal control before becoming a specialist within the Chartered Institute of Management Accountancy's CIMA Innovation and Development department. Rating details. While the vision of a universal distributed database accessible to everyone in the industry remains a somewhat distant one, standalone blockchain verification systems are already getting rolling.
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The firm reports faster settlements, reduced claim costs and successful implementation of AI-based features for fraud detection. One particular domain in which the arrival of operational blockchain solutions will change the game entirely is health care insurance.
Once such a comprehensive distributed medical database is up and running, patients will be empowered to decide which parts of their medical history to share with a certain doctor or clinic. Although creating a universal ledger of medical records is an enormous task that will require industry-wide cooperation, there are viable transitionary solutions capable of optimizing industry record-keeping in the short run. The Ethereum-based system is designed to store not the records themselves but hosts smart contract-enabled permissions that nodes on the network — i.
Health records also play a significant part in determining the premiums that holders of life insurance policies have to pay. Once all patients have their medical histories moved onto a secure medical database running on a blockchain, it will become possible for life insurers to calculate premiums and issue policies automatically. The authors of the report also note a little-known fact that nothing prevents the owners of life insurance policies from selling them to third parties.
Whereas such deals are quite uncommon now, they could become more convenient when policies run on a blockchain. A startup called fidentiaX, branding itself as a marketplace for tradable insurance policies, seeks to expand this niche by offering a platform for buying and selling tokenized insurance contracts.
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Insuring title rights requires the ability to verify that these rights are well-substantiated by the appropriate records. In this sense, the disruption that blockchain will bring to the title insurance business is just another facet of a more general disruption of the entire title record-keeping process.
Storing titles on an immutable ledger will minimize the risks associated with loss or forgery of records, allowing legitimate property owners to easily prove the validity of their claims.
Several months ago, two major players in the U. Insurers also need their risks hedged. If a major disaster occurs, a company may get flooded with claims that will drain its reserves too quickly and threaten its solvency. To guard against dire scenarios like this one, insurers purchase coverage from reinsurers or participate in consortium-style intra-industry agreements.