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Insurance Fraud

Insurance fraud refers to illegal, deceptive, or misleading actions related to insurance policies, claims, or other insurance-related processes. This includes various forms of fraud, such as intentionally providing false information when taking out a policy, exaggerating loss or damage when filing a claim, or fabricating evidence to obtain an unlawful…

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Credit Fraud

Credit fraud refers to illegal, deceptive, or misleading actions related to obtaining, managing, or using credit facilities. This includes various forms of fraud, such as providing false information about financial status, identity, credit history, or other relevant factors to obtain credit approval. It may also involve manipulating credit applications, falsified…

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Mortgage fraud

Mortgage fraud refers to illegal, deceptive, or misleading behavior involved in obtaining or providing a mortgage loan. This includes various forms of fraud, such as providing false information about income, employment, debts, or properties to qualify for a loan with more favorable terms than would otherwise be possible. It may…

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Cybercrime and Data Leaks

Cybercrime and data leaks represent a significant threat within the realm of financial crime, encompassing various illicit activities conducted through digital means that aim to defraud individuals, organizations, or governments. Cybercrime involves unauthorized access to computer systems, networks, or electronic devices to commit fraudulent activities such as identity theft, financial…

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Collusion and Anti-Trust

Collusion and anti-trust violations refer to illegal practices where competing companies or individuals engage in secret agreements or arrangements to manipulate market prices, restrict competition, and harm consumers. Collusion typically involves actions such as price-fixing, bid-rigging, market allocation, and other concerted efforts to eliminate or reduce competition in a particular…

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Market Abuse

Market abuse refers to various illegal activities that distort the integrity and fairness of financial markets, undermining investor confidence and market stability. Market abuse can take several forms, including insider dealing, market manipulation, and the dissemination of false or misleading information. Insider dealing involves trading securities based on confidential, non-public…

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Tax Evasion and Tax Fraud

Tax evasion and tax fraud refer to illegal activities aimed at intentionally avoiding the payment of taxes owed to the government or manipulating tax laws to reduce tax liability. Tax evasion involves the deliberate underreporting of income, overstatement of deductions, or concealment of assets to evade taxes. Tax fraud encompasses…

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Bribery and Corruption

Bribes and corruption refer to illicit practices involving the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of value as a means to influence the actions or decisions of individuals or organizations in positions of power or authority for personal or organizational gain. Bribes can take various forms, including cash payments,…

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Fraud

Fraud is a deliberate and deceptive act carried out with the intention of unlawfully obtaining financial or personal gain, or causing financial loss or harm to others. It encompasses a wide range of illicit activities, including but not limited to false representation, concealment of material facts, and abuse of trust…

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Sanction and Embargos

Sanctions and embargoes are measures imposed by governments or international organizations to restrict or prohibit economic and financial transactions with specific countries, entities, or individuals. These measures are often used as diplomatic tools to enforce international law, promote human rights, combat terrorism, prevent proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, or…

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