Inadequate internal controls and insufficient prevention programs are the primary contributors to corporate fraud, according to a newly released survey.
Forty-two percent of the 138 senior executives polled by KPMG blamed inadequate internal controls as the main culprit behind fraud incidents against their companies.
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