Fraud awareness, prevention, investigation and recovery were the four key themes discussed at last month’s International Financial Crime Forum held in Malta.
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With the news that hundreds of wealthy investors from South Africa and other parts of the world have been defrauded of more than one billion rand in an audacious Ponzi fraud, ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) have warned investors to be on the lookout for more scams of this type.
ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) recently hosted the organization’s 9th annual Economic Crime lecture. The event was held in London, on 16 June, 2009 in conjunction with Lawrence Graham, Solicitors. This year’s keynote speech was delivered by Paul Evans of the UK’s Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA).
The 2008 Commercial Crime Services (CCS) Annual Economic Crime Lecture, held 19 June in London, addressed the complex issue of corporate corruption.
In recent weeks a number of false ‘blacklists’ have been circulated via the internet, purportedly originating from ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) and ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB).
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.
ICC's Commercial Crime Services today announced the successful closure of an online banking fraud involving fake documents worth US$3.9 billion.
ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) has published a new anti-counterfeiting guide. Aimed at brand owners, the book gives an overview of the technologies available to protect products from fraudulent copying.
New figures released by ICC's Commercial Crime Services show that web-based fraud is rising dramatically, accounting for two thirds of all the fraud cases CCS investigated for its business members in 2000.