Monitoring Fraud in Asset Based Finance


The fact is we really don’t know the size of the problem when it comes to fraud in Asset Based Finance, and a reluctance to disclose information about fraud has stalled the industry’s ability to combat it. In this webinar, Kate Sharp, former chief executive of ABFA, outlines a typical case of fraud, highlights many of the common factors of fraud, and explores solutions and mechanisms which can be put in place to combat it. What you will learn from this webinar:

  • What is the size of the problem?
  • A typical portrait of fraud
  • Exploring the solutions
  • Techniques to highlight potential issues sooner

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