Experts zero in on new fraud detection techniques

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With more than 40 per cent of surveyed Australian businesses reporting they had been victims of fraud, and its average cost doubling in the last six months alone, forensic accounting experts from around the world will come together in October 2016 to discuss the latest techniques to curb the growing epidemic.

More than 70 accountants and academics will take part in the Forensic Accounting Teaching and Research Symposium at Bond University on the Gold Coast on 13-14 October 2016, and share their insights on new fraud detection models.

Period5 Oct 2016

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  • TitleExperts zero in on new fraud detection techniques
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletgetstem.com.au
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size748 words
    CountryAustralia
    Date5/10/16
    DescriptionWith more than 40 per cent of surveyed Australian businesses reporting they had been victims of fraud, and its average cost doubling in the last six months alone, forensic accounting experts from around the world will come together in October 2016 to discuss the latest techniques to curb the growing epidemic.

    More than 70 accountants and academics will take part in the Forensic Accounting Teaching and Research Symposium at Bond University on the Gold Coast on 13-14 October 2016, and share their insights on new fraud detection models.
    PersonsAdrian Gepp