Fraud Organizational Structures: Progressing Toward a Holistic Financial Crime Corporate Strategy
As financial institutions (FI) continue to come under greater scrutiny by regulators due to the prevalence of fraud and the mule networks that enable it, financial crime management is getting a fresh look. The net result is that a growing number of FIs are defining strategies and experimenting with how to align new and existing business units to demonstrate to the market and regulators that they take the issue of customer safety seriously.
Access this important research to uncover how financial institutions are re-aligning organizational structures across fraud, AML, and cybersecurity teams to manage financial crime and promote customer safety. The report also gives perspectives from fraud leaders of the market forces that are pivotal in driving these changes.