When a business is faced with financial crime
A company may find itself faced with various forms of financial crime, and in particular fraud, money laundering and corruption.
- What sort of risks does the company incur (internal and legal risks, unfavourable media coverage, etc.)?
- Which factors may lead to a risk?
- How can the company measure its level of exposure?
- How can risks be avoided, detected and reduced?
On June 1, 2006, Accuracy’s Managing Director, Frédéric Duponchel brought together the following experts to answer the many questions commonly asked about this highly topical theme:
- After having been the first woman to manage the financial section of the Paris Public Prosecutor’s Office from 1995 to 2000, Anne-Josée Fulgéras worked as a consultant. Today, she is Compliance and Legal Affairs Director of Natexis Banques Populaires.
- As Head of the Financial Security and Anti-Laundering department of the Banque Fédérale des Banques Populaires, David Hotte is regularly involved in assessment and training assignments for the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
- Michel Léger is one of the twelve members appointed by decree in 2003 to the High Counsel of Statutory Auditors (Haut Conseil du Commissariat aux Comptes). After a 30-year career with Arthur Andersen, he today manages the company Léger & Associés.