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Study shows worsening fraud at S'pore companies

58% of frauds committed by staff; according to KPMG-SMU survey
Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 06:00

[SINGAPORE] The incidence of fraud has grown at Singapore companies in recent years, with internal fraud - often the result of inadequate internal controls - being the most prevalent type. These were the key findings gleaned from a survey conducted jointly by KPMG and the Singapore Management

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