Has the UK government significantly underestimated the cost of implementing anti-fraud procedures?
As the UK awaits the introduction of the new failure to prevent fraud offence, it appears the government has underestimated the cost to companies putting new anti-fraud procedures in place. Norton Rose Fulbright London partners Andrew Reeves and Stuart Neely and senior associate Naomi Miles explore what companies will need to do and why additional costs should be expected.
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