Internal fraud is estimated to cost $3.6 billion.
About this white paper
Frauds carried out by bank employees are a huge global problem. In its 2022 Report to the Nations, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) assessed 2,110 cases of internal fraud from 133 countries, which led to estimated losses of $3.6bn.
The A-Z of Internal Banking Fraud highlights the scale of this problem and the different vulnerabilities that internal fraudsters exploit and explains how advanced anti-fraud technologies can combat it. Bank employees are uniquely well placed to discover and take advantage of weaknesses in their organization’s internal controls – perhaps by abusing their level of access to the bank’s IT systems or by targeting dormant accounts.
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