Follow the trail: tracing complex financial transactions

Author: | Published: 28 Aug 2018

A recent high-value fraud claim gives an insight into the interrogation of ultra-high volume discovery and has shown how bespoke algorithms can be used for tracing exercises involving complex financial transactions

Technology has enabled 30 years of financial transactions and a vast, chaotic and un-coded dataset to be ordered, interrogated, and ultimately used to disprove a claimant's assertions to be the innocent victims of fraudulent business practices and defeat their attempts to trace purportedly misappropriated funds into the hands of the defendants....


 

 

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