USD 4.5 trillion is the estimated global cost of frauds
GBP 200 billion is the loss to businesses in UK due to White Collar Crimes
USD 3 billion are defrauded in Crypto market by only Plus Token Ponzi scheme
UK ranks 2nd as a source of automated bot attacks, the fastest-growing type of fraud attack in the world
COVID-19 support programme of UK Government face losing at least GBP 4 billion to criminals and mistakes
Organizations with fraud awareness training for employees are more likely to gather tips through Formal Reporting Mechanisms
The frauds & money laundering were already a pain area for the Law Enforcers, Fraud Examiners and Risk Assessors but now they also have to deal with the new threats posed by a new and almost unregulated $1.5 Trillion global crypto currency market, ransomware attacks etc
Our 2-Day Live-Virtual master class training program with its dragonfly 360-degree view may help brush-up the many facets of traditional as well as contemporary Corporate White-Collar Crimes.
White Collar Crime has generally been considered as corporate crime or organizational crime. However, there is fundamental difference between the two. White Collar Crime is a type of crime committed by individuals within their legitimate occupations for their own benefits, whereas, corporate crime benefits the businesses rather than individuals. In case of Corporate White-Collar Crimes, the two sets of crimes are merged and now refers to financially motivated, nonviolent or indirectly violent crime committed by individuals, businesses and government professionals for their individual and organizational benefits.
With the advent of technology, digital transformation and arrival of Crypto currencies & Digital payments; the landscape of the typical white-collar crimes like wage theft, fraud, bribery, Ponzi schemes, insider trading, labour racketeering, embezzlement, money laundering, copyright infringement, forgery and counterfeiting has only widened with new white-collar crimes like cybercrime, identity theft, data theft, ransom ware attacks etc.
These add-ons to the white-collar crimes have seriously affected not only the businesses & financial markets but also the individuals and society at large. The frauds & money laundering were already a pain area for the Law Enforcers, Fraud Examiners and Risk Assessors but now they also have to deal with the new threats posed by a new and almost unregulated $1.5 Trillion global crypto currency market.
So, the following questions may arise here, concerning corporate white-collar crimes:
Our 2-Day master class with its dragonfly 360-degree view may help you get the answers to not only the above questions but many other facets of traditional as well as contemporary Corporate White-Collar Crimes.
The professionals who are involved in the following areas will be benefitted through this Virtual Master Class: