Executives need more resources, education to implement risk management

January 2014
InsideCounsel;Jan2014, Vol. 24 Issue 265, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents a survey conducted by consulting firm Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP which reveals the lack of business executives of skills and resources to implement enterprise fraud and misuse management (EFM) in their organization.


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