Convicted fraudster* Kweku Adoboli first made headlines in 2011 when it was discovered that while working for UBS, he incurred the largest trading losses in British history — more than $2 billion. After serving time in prison, he now says that banks are still at risk for massive fraud.Read More
When dealing with names, anti-fraud professionals must think both about the source language and the language it is being transcribed into. Would a name that originally is written in Russian Cyrillic characters and placed on an Egyptian watch list have the same sound and root name if then translated into English or French?
Victoria Meyer, CFE, ACCA, Director of the Swiss Business Academy, discussed this potential problem during her session, “Linguistic Identity Matching” at the 27th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference June 14, 2016. She'll be joining the ACFE again to speak at the 2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Europe, March 19-21 in London.
Meyer is the author of Linguistic Identity Matching, which will be available for sale in the bookstore at the 2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Europe. The following is a glimpse of what she shared with attendees in 2016.Read More