Creating a culture of integrity is the cornerstone of fraud prevention
WHITE PAPER |
The implications of fraud not only can impact a credit union’s operations; they also extend outside the organization, damaging its position within the market and community. The cost of fraud is more than monetary; it’s also lost productivity, sullied reputations and damaged member relationships.
This white paper addresses where to start in developing an effective anti-fraud program – by creating and nurturing a culture of integrity.