Fraud is consistently a problem that treasury is concerned about.

We conducted a survey to find about what your peers are doing to prevent fraud and how it affects them. 

Survey Results: Treasury Fraud & Controls

Co-Presented with Bottomline Technologies

Date:     Thursday, April 26th, 2018

Time:     11:00AM – 12:00PM EST

Where:  This is an online event.

This year’s Treasury Fraud & Controls Survey asked questions about a broad range of current practices and sought to determine future methods of preventing fraud. We also asked about the controls system for treasury. With responses from over 300 corporations and banks, we have a complete view of the state of fraud in treasury.

This session will cover high-level highlights from this survey and include some commentary from respected industry leaders as to what this means for you. Plus, get exclusive access to the results of this survey! 

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