Fight against fraud and corruption
The combat against fraud as well as birbery and corruption are an essential part of Regulatory Management discipline. Violations and offenses do not only extremely negatively affect the reputation of the organizations concerned, but also lead to considerable penalties if detected.
Institutions and companies are increasingly investing in "prevention" instead of reactive measures - the objective is to avoid misconduct instead of dealing with downstream failure analysis and complex settlement of damages. IT-supported processes and controls, process specifications and policies are just a small section of such measures. However, the ingenuity and innovative power of the actors involved in fraud and corruption are compelling enough to take holistic as well as case specific measures and precautions. The fact, that external and outsider actors often play a central role in regulatory management, adds further complexity, which must be taken into consideration for successful control measures.
With our experience in fraud and corruption control as well as our RegTech core competence, we enable our customers to set preventive and standards. Learning from the past, predictive solutions and the use of external data sources help our customers to prevent damage in the future.
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Dr. Heiko Mauterer
Master of Engineering and Business Administration
In consulting creating benefit for a customer is considered to be a given. In practice, this is not necessarily the case. At least according to Dr. Heiko Mauterer's experience in several management positions in banking. Creating true value is a key concept for him, that determines his thinking as well as his work with his clients. If applicable, all benefit aspects - in his eyes - are to be quantified and made measurable. And that's also not self-evident.
Heiko Mauterer has outstanding experience in financial services and focuses on regulatory management, Human Resources, digitization, operations and project management.
Diplom Business Data Processing Specialist
Customers expect today far more than project management and methodological skills from their consultant imposing modified and additional requirements on a consultant's role. Expert skills and transformational competences combined with industry experience and the mandatory overall view are capabilities Daniel Lovric actively contributes to his consulting work with great enthusiasm. These are the decisive prerequisites for a true added value and ultimately for the client's bottom-line results.
Daniel Lovric has extensive experience in the financial services sector and focuses strongly on regulatory management, including regulatory framework, regulatory IT management, risk reporting, predictive risk management and fraud detection (RegTech).