May, O: Terrorist Diversion
A Guide to Prevention and Detection for NGOs
"This is a thorough and important exploration of an intractable problem. For too long, the international community has struggled to apply the nuance required to devise a framework for addressing the risk of aid diversion. This book responds effectively to that shortcoming." - Tom Keatinge, Director, Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, RUSI "There are no easy answers to the risk that the money will not get through to those that need it most. This excellent book will guide not only charities, but other stakeholders in responsible and compassionate aid and development." - Murray Baird, Charity Adviser and former Assistant Commissioner General Counsel, Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC)
Oliver May is a Director at Deloitte Australia. Formerly the head of counter-fraud for Oxfam GB and an investigator with Britain’s Serious Organised Crime Agency, he has helped aid organisations worldwide to manage the risks of fraud, corruption, terrorist financing, and money laundering. Paul Curwell is also a Director at Deloitte Australia. He was formerly the global lead for intelligence and due diligence investigations at Australia’s largest bank, and has almost 20 years’ experience in risk management, specialising in financial crime, security, and due diligence.
|Verlag||Taylor and Francis|
|Maße (L/B)||23.4/15.6 cm|
|Abbildungen||9 Line drawings, black and white 6 Tables, black and white 15 Illustrations, black and white|