6 Email Phrases That Can Catch Rogue Traders / Wrongdoers

Kweku Claus

'Banking Technology' reports that one of the big management consultants has developed new software designed to catch employees engaged in corporate wrongdoing.

The consulting firm's software, apparently co-developed with FBI investigators, scans emails for the most common words and phrases used by rogue traders and fraudsters.

According to the firm’s research, these terms are said to include:

'cover up', 'write off', 'failed investment', 'off the books', 'nobody will find out', and 'grey area'.

In total, the firm’s specialist anti-fraud technology identified some 3,000 terms.


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