A methodology to measure of the effectiveness of your anti-fraud and corruption practices
Fraud dialogue is a methodology to measure an organisation’s overall resistance to fraud and corruption, by making use of a proprietary assessment tool, which combines practitioner experience, academic research, and essential knowledge from widely used existing frameworks .
The scope and complexity of external regulation designed to protect the public and punish corporate offenders is increasing. This absorbs management attention and leaves less room for more practical programs designed to protect the organisation. Management can fall into the trap of accepting bureaucratic solutions that appear to fulfil regulatory requirements, but which do not effectively address the issue of fraudulent and corrupt behaviour practice. Compliance programs based on checklists are unlikely to be effective!
We can asses the impact and effectiveness of your existing anti-fraud and corruption activities, identifying gaps and potential improvements that will lower costs, increase performance and strengthen the ethical culture.