Extreme crises—such as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic—present extraordinary challenges to individuals, businesses, and the global economy. Moreover, they bring about conditions in which misconduct can thrive.

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This type of sudden increase in business pressure can result in otherwise effective policies, procedures and internal controls being relaxed or even ignored. While management may be focused on survival, internal controls must not be overlooked, as fraudsters and criminals seek to exploit weaknesses exposed by the pandemic.

In this Client Alert,  Alexander Moss describes some of the measures businesses can take to protect themselves. 

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Alexander Moss

Alexander Moss, a Senior Manager with StoneTurn, has more than 12 years of experience in investigations, government advisory, internal audit and tax engagements. He has managed teams on several high-profile […]

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