Featured Partner Profiles

AIA Group Limited

As the largest independent pan-Asian life insurance group, AIA Group Limited (AIA) sees fraud fighting as an ongoing process in which fraud prevention policies and measures are critical to the long-term and sustainable success of their business.


Inherent to ArcelorMittal’s success is its global assurance – forensic services programme, an important pillar of its corporate governance and the driving force of the company’s anti-fraud initiatives. The group’s intention is to be the best-in-class, state-of-the-art forensic services provider, with the aim of preventing and detecting fraud in order to uphold ArcelorMittal’s zero tolerance policy.


After waking up today, you most likely used technology in almost every action you performed. From checking emails and reading the latest news, to driving in your car and ordering lunch, technology touches everything we do.

Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad

Financial Institutions worldwide have seen an increase of fraud cases over the years thanks to advancing technology and creativity from fraudsters. That said, Maheswari Kanniah, Group Chief Regulatory and Compliance Officer, believes their staff’s vigilance and alertness have made the difference to help Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad stay one step ahead in the fraud game.


No organization or industry is safe from fraud. Whether it’s travel expense fraud, petty theft, payroll fraud, cyberfraud or asset misappropriation, companies must have procedures in place to prevent and detect fraudulent schemes. At Loomis, the risk management department is focused on instilling these preventive measures.

Maersk Group

Maersk Group attests to the same five core values created more than 100 years ago when a father and son team founded the company in Svendborg, Denmark. Those values still listed on the company’s website today include constant care, humbleness, uprightness, your employees and your name.


In the UAE, one in every two households has something in common: they are customers of Mashreq. Founded in 1967, Mashreq has been one of the foremost banks in the UAE and has expanded their presence to include retail locations in Egypt and Qatar. The bank is present in 12 countries both regionally and internationally.

Merck & Co. Inc.

Long before Sarbanes-Oxley and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Merck knew the value of corporate responsibility. Merck & Co. Inc., (Merck), also known as MSD outside of the U.S. and Canada, is a global health care company with a 125-year history of providing vaccines, medications, and consumer and animal health products that save and improve lives.

Raiffeisen Bank International

With the changing mindset towards the subject of white-collar crime, corporations around the world are interested in making it clear to shareholders, regulators, the media and investors that they are taking proactive measures to prevent, detect and deter fraud.

Saudi Aramco

For the past 80 years, Saudi Aramco has worked to establish itself as a leader in energy, and oil and gas production. Most recently, the company has also taken steps to lead fraud detection and prevention efforts in the Middle East. More than just a company tagline, “energy is opportunity” is only a stepping stone to the larger principles of integrity, citizenship and ethics.

Standard Chartered

Each time we make a payment we might do so without much thought about the entity that keeps our money safe. As long as our credit or debit cards work and we can access our cash, we might only worry about our own responsibility to keep the account full. We’re able to trust that our funds are secure because banks constantly fight hard against threats of theft and fraud.