Organizations across the globe have been using benchmarking data to evaluate their performance, structure and operations as compared to those of their peers. Thus, benchmarking grew into a leading industry practice to assess performance, proficiently use resources, detect knowledge gaps and identify areas for improvement. To understand trends among internal fraud investigation professionals, The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (Global) recently conducted a survey titled, ‘In-House Fraud Investigation Teams: 2017 Benchmarking Teams’. The survey highlighted interesting insights that would be helpful for anti-fraud professionals in assessing their existing teams and planning for their future initiatives.
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