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A Typical Fraudster



Who is a Typical Fraudster? A KPMG report analyzed 348 actual fraud investigations in 69 countries to narrow down the profile of a typical fraudster.

The defining traits, features, and behaviors that could help you to identify those individuals within your organization more likely to perpetrate fraud are that the Fraudster is:
  • Male
  • 36 - 45 years old
  • Commits fraud against his own employer
  • Works in the finance function or in a finance related role
  • Holds a senior management position
  • Employed by the company for more than 10 years
  • Works in collusion with another perpetrator

Contact us to learn more about potential fraudsters’ critical factors and what can organizations do to mitigate their financial and reputational risks.
  • How to identify fraud
  • What are the red flags and where to look for them?
  • What are the effective measures to manage the prevention and detection of fraud
  • What are the best responses during the management, prevention and detection of fraud
  • The control structures make the opportunity to commit fraud difficult

The overriding motivation for fraud is personal greed, followed by pressures on individuals to reach tough profit and budget targets.