The past three years have been marked by widespread restructuring of how work gets done. As white-collar workers shift to a new normal, a whole new set of risks and compliance challenges arise. Although organizations are calling for a return to office, many are still allowing for a hybrid work model, leaving them potentially vulnerable to a heightened risk of fraud. In the last year, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates, total global losses due to fraud are nearly $5 trillion with fraud committed by an executive or employee responsible for approximately 40% of the total amount. Entities must adapt their compliance policies, processes and functions to meet a unique convergence of new and existing risks confronting their organizations.

In an article for Corporate Compliance Insights, StoneTurn Partner Chris Hoyle and Managing Director Ksenia Ioffe outline the steps organizations must take to ensure their compliance programs change with the times to remain adaptable and sustainable for the future.

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Chris Hoyle

Christopher Hoyle

Chris Hoyle, a Partner at StoneTurn, has more than 15 years of professional experience as an accountant and risk and remediation expert. He specializes in independent monitor engagements, forensic investigations […]

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Ksenia Ioffe

Ksenia Ioffe, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, has expertise in compliance and monitoring, forensic accounting, and auditing. Ksenia’s experience includes assessing corporate compliance programs and internal controls, and advising companies […]

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