Few companies succeed in employing systematic data analysis to detect fraud. What’s necessary to build trust in an analytics based approach to fraud detection? KPMG’s report “Using analytics successfully to detect fraud” explains the challenges of managing an analytics-driven program.
After an impressive (monetary wise) 2014 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement year, we have seen a rather slow 2015. Last year, 11 companies paid around USD 133 million, while the year before ten companies paid a striking USD 1.6 billion to resolve FCPA cases. So what is in for 2016?
In the recent KPMG global survey regarding Litigation Readiness, two-thirds of the respondents stated that they have not undergone an assessment of their litigation readiness. For those who wonder what eDiscovery really entails, this article should bring forth some further insights and clarity into the matter.