Fraudsters and fraud schemes flourish whenever there is change or uncertainty. The last-minute scramble in the Brexit story has created unique and significant fraud risks.

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Extreme change—such as the UK’s departure from the EU—presents unique challenges and creates conditions in which misconduct can thrive.

In this Client Alert, Sarah Keeling and Alex Moss list practical steps that businesses can take to mitigate fraud risk as the UK and EU embark on a post-Brexit trade relationship.

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About the Authors

Sarah Keeling

Sarah Keeling

Sarah Keeling, a Partner with StoneTurn, is a former senior British government official with more than 20 years of experience in national security and intelligence matters in the U.K. and […]

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Alexander Moss

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

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