Within the context of responsible management and effective leadership, organizations must consider the risks of fraud and malfeasance and how the consequences of these actions can impact stakeholders, enterprise value, and future operations. The typical organization loses 5% of revenues to fraud each year, but by implementing policies and procedures to prevent, deter, and detect fraud as part of an overall anti-fraud strategy, companies can work to reduce the likelihood of fraud and limit the financial and reputational impact when fraud occurs.
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