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frm maturity/effectiveness assessment

 

In brief, the purpose of a fraud risk maturity assessment is intended to identify and report on current levels of implementation, and the effectiveness of the ethics-compliance / FRM status and perceived reputation of the organisation. Key areas of actual and/or perceived concerns raised through the assessment, as well as gaps and priorities identified will contribute to the focussed planning and implementation of a revised and or enhanced FRM program.

 

The outcomes of a fraud risk maturity assessment should place an organisation in a position to develop, enhance and implement quick fix practices associated with identified vulnerabilities pending the development of a full FRM program.