By: Leslie Anderson, SVP U.S. Head of Business Banking, Treasury & Payment Solutions
There are all kinds of tools and processes you can put in place to help prevent fraud in your organization. But getting those systems to work most effectively starts with creating a culture that leaves your company less susceptible to fraud to begin with.
As renowned professor and forensic accounting expert Kelly Richmond Pope explains in these videos, that means executives need to set the right tone for everyone else to follow, and making sure your employees feel valued and connected to the organization’s vision.
Systems and controls are important, of course. But it’s equally critical to manage the human element involved in fostering an environment that keeps fraud at bay.