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Why does Paul Cavallaro stay on the City Tatts committee?

Does anyone know why Paul Cavallaro is still on the City Tatts committee?

On the surface it makes no sense.

Clearly he doesn’t do anything on the committee. 306 more words

PwC Explains Why Fraud Governance Means More Than Just Compliance

Fraud incidents have increased by over 130 percent in the past year, resulting in significant monetary and reputational losses for financial institutions. Many of these incidents — including high-profile crimes such as the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) attacks from last year — involved the exploitation of governance deficiencies and ineffective operating models.1… 1,831 more words

Corporate Governance

Going into the bunker!

All this talk of bunkers got us thinking.

To aid our research we watched a few programs on the ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT NAZI’S WERE BAD PEOPLE CHANNEL ie. 47 more words

GIST : Singer Dammy Krane Freed From Fraud Allegations

Nigerian singer, Dammy Krane, has been freed from allegations of fraud brought up against him in a court in the United States.

The pop star was arrested at his home in  81 more words

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Man Pleads Not Guilty to Defrauding Facebook, Google of $100 Million

A Lithuanian man accused of defrauding Facebook and Google out of more than $100 million pleaded not guilty to criminal charges in U.S. court on Thursday. 300 more words

Tech

Watch Out For Great Deals From Brand-New Amazon Sellers

The most effective scams take advantage of our greed, so it’s always good to have a reminder that deals that seem too good to be true probably are. 393 more words

Retail Services

Minneapolis Daycare License Revoked After Allegations Of Fraud, Maltreatment

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A north Minneapolis daycare has had its license revoked following allegations of both financial misconduct and maltreatment of children, authorities say.

The Minnesota Department of Human Services says it revoked the child care license at Kingdom Kare Learning Center in Minneapolis on Aug. 215 more words

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