The 2008 Commercial Crime Services (CCS) Annual Economic Crime Lecture, held 19 June in London, addressed the complex issue of corporate corruption.
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Based on the findings of a recent study, ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) is warning users of on-line games to remain informed about the increasing risk of transferring money and personal information on-line.
A number of fictitious ‘blacklists’ circulating on the Internet do not originate from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) or any of its divisions.
Through the assistance of its membership network, ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) has recently identified and exposed a number of highly suspect commodity frauds.
This month ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) celebrates 25 years of combating commercial crime.
Everyone in business knows that financial fraud is a growing threat. The question is how best to deal with it. No financial services business is immune and now there is increasing pressure by regulators upon the industry to meet international standards of know-your-customer.
The 6th annual ICC Commercial Crime Services Lecture and Workshop, held in London on 23 June, was host to over 150 participants in policing, banking, law, fraud investigation and forensic accounting.
Commercial crime experts gathered here last week to inform delegates at a conference hosted by ICC’s Commercial Crime Services (CCS) of current vulnerabilities in trade, shipping and banking and to suggest ways of countering such criminal threats.
New figures show that the number of requests for ICC Commercial Crime Services investigations doubled last year.
ICC Commercial Crime Services has launched a new forensic services arm which will provide scientific analysis to reveal even the most sophisticated fakes.