Fraud

A brighter way

Ana Paula Nacif reports on the difficulties on spotting fraud in real time on the internet, and why joined-up access to databases and information is the brightest way forward.

Pick of the week

IFB to move into new product areas; Stakeholders to discuss CPR rules; Hastings Direct to launch high street branch; Accident Exchange issues Autofocus proceedings; Primary Group set to axe 10% of staff

Cashing in on crashes

Sarah Adams reports on 'crash for cash' scams and how geographic data can help prevent fraud in this area.

Cutting edge

The crackdown on 'crash for cash' scams by insurers has reaped rewards. Ana Paula Nacif reports on the need for the industry to step up a gear and keep on the cutting edge of the fight against fraud.

Pick of the week

Leigh Jackson outlines the main stories from this week's issue of Post including news from Teceris, Aviva, XL and Fortis.

Slipping away

Fraud detection efforts have been significantly stepped up to counter an undoubtedly growing problem. Sarah Adams explains how technical tools are underpinning the efforts of investigators to validate or repudiate claims.

The wheat from the chaff

The profile and productivity of counter-fraud solutions continues to rise but how has the life of insurance fraud investigators changed and what challenges prevail? Ana Paula Nacif reports.

Getting bang to rights

Four years ago, at the Post fraud management briefing, Richard Davies outlined plans for the Insurance Fraud Bureau. On the eve of the latest event, Jonathan Swift caught up with Mr Davies, John Beadle and Sue Jones to check on its progress and plans for…

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