Can our bank prohibit (or strongly discourage) employees from listing their bank name on their personal Facebook page?
We just had an internal embezzlement at our institution and management turned the investigation over to our local CPA firm. Many times, I felt the person hadn’t done very many investigations. Should we have asked any special questions before we retained them?
Who should investigate an internal fraud inside our bank human resources, internal audit or the security officer?
At a recent program you were discussing lifelines to staff to report internal fraud or fraud in general. Can you elaborate on this discussion?
We had money taken at one of our offices. We conducted a review and released everyone who didn’t follow our written procedures. Yesterday we found that money has been stolen again so we didn’t get the right person. We were told by local police we didn’t perform a proper investigation. What should we do now?
Our management doesn’t want us to do any training on the warning signs of internal fraud. They have stated that if we don’t talk about it staff won’t consider embezzlements. Besides they tell us something like this won’t happen here!
We have decided should we have an internal embezzlement, we will just turn it over to law enforcement. Wouldn’t this be the best way to handle this problem?
Is the term “Equal Housing Lender” on our website sufficient or should we actually have the “Dog House” logo?
What is the most common gap in banks’ wire transfer fraud prevention programs?
What are the annual U.S. losses to wire transfer fraud?