Who is the typical fraudster? Are there any defining traits, features, or behaviors that could help you to identify those individuals within your organization more likely to perpetrate fraud?

KPMG’s 2011 Who is a Typical Fraudster report analyzed 348 actual fraud investigations conducted by KPMG member firms in 69 countries to narrow down the profile of a typical fraudster.

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