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Responding to anonymous whistleblowers

The identity of the person making the allegations should not be the primary reason for the decision to investigate a complaint or not.

MANY studies have found that whistleblowing is often the most common channel for exposing corporate irregularities, including fraud. For example, the KPMG and SMU Singapore Fraud Survey 2014 showed that 54 per cent of frauds detected were the result of notification by employees and customers.

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