Training Opportunities / Oportunidades de formação
Ética e Compliance – Ortodoxia ou esoterismo
Committed to continuous and close collaboration with public authorities and following previous police training courses, Align’in, Lda. will be promoting specific police training in INTERNATIONAL VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC CONTROL, in Spain. This way, we strive to contribute actively to strengthening police intervention capacities, in detecting and fighting vehicle crime. Empenhada numa estreita colaboração com as […]
Motor insurance claims decline after introduction of anti-fraud measures
Ética e Compliance – Ortodoxia ou esoterismo Será que um sistema de Gestão de Compliance (CMS) necessita verdadeiramente de ética? Se a ética tem mesmo uma relação com o Compliance, então qual é o papel do gestor de Compliance? A questão reduz-se a saber se um Compliance meramente legal serve o suficiente no mundo económico […]
Align’in, Automotive Services – Vehicles Recovery
Motor insurance claims fell by 8% in the first seven months of 2018, a drop attributed to a decision by insurers last year to forward suspicious claims to the Authorities in Ireland. Cost of policies The organisation typically pays out between €55 million to €60 million a year in insurance payments, with fraudulent claims adding […]
Engenharia Social – Fraude e Compliance
One year after starting Align’in – Automotive service line, we are proud to announce that by June 2018, we have recovered a total of 30 stolen vehicles, which we returned back to their rightful owners. Within these there were automobiles and motorcycles, stolen from and recovered to the following countries: Denmark, England, Netherlands, Portugal, […]
Suspicious Transactions? Not on my watch!
Engenharia Social – Fraude e Compliance Continua-se a considerar o Compliance como um custo “incómodo” em vez de o considerar contributo importante para uma mudança cultural necessária ao desenvolvimento sustentável dos negócios.
Data breach responses
Its all about setting the right parameters! On May 22nd, the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) in the Netherlands published its annual report for 2017. The number of unusual transactions is significant and the total amount of suspicious transactions is even record-breaking. But while the initial reaction might be to think that this might indicate an […]
The impact of people process and Technology on E-Discovery
Data breach responses Given the scale and speed of technological advances in recent decades, companies are generating more sensitive business data than ever. Though they are storing that data in ways that are beneficial to their businesses, they are also becoming more attractive targets for malicious actors. “While legislators can only hope to keep pace […]
“Dirty Money ” and poor controls – the Key Areas of enforcement Activity for 2018
The impact of people process and Technology on E-Discovery Lorrainne Medcraft The explosion of data in our world is almost incomprehensible and is growing at rapid rates. This requires law firms and their clients to think more proactively about electronic information – specifically, how to ensure potentially relevant data is preserved, collected, processed, reviewed and […]
The fight against corruption, a political challenge and good management of public funds
“Dirty Money ” and poor controls – the Key Areas of enforcement Activity for 2018 by Caroline Black, Neil Gerrard and Matthew Banham The publication of the UK Anti-Corruption Strategy 2017-2022 in December 2017 will motivate regulators and prosecuting agencies to increase attention on individuals and on those regulated entities whose controls fail to detect […]
AFA (Agence Française Anti corruption) has published its annual report 2017, a rich source of extensive information to share without moderation. The French anti-corruption agency is in charge of centralizing and disseminating information and good practices to help prevent and detect corruption. It participates in the inter-ministerial action of the State in the fight against corruption.