Statistical Tools for Finance and Insurance by Pavel Cizek, Wolfgang Karl Härdle, Rafal Weron

By Pavel Cizek, Wolfgang Karl Härdle, Rafal Weron

This publication provides ready-to-use ideas, theoretical advancements and strategy development for plenty of functional difficulties in quantitative finance and assurance. It deals a special blend of themes that may profit each industry analyst and chance manager.

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If IFP is successful in its quest and mission, not only will the field of fraud prevention, detection, and investigation benefit, but so will all professionals and disciplines concerned with organizational risk. Fraud is, after all, only another form of organizational risk. NOTES 1. Henry Campbell Black, Black’s Law Dictionary, 5th ed. (St. : West, 1979), p. 468. 2. Joseph T. : Obsidian, 1997), p. 3. 3. S. Secret Service, Insider Threat Study: Illicit Cyber Activity in the Banking and Finance Sector (Pittsburgh: CERT, 2004).

S. health care consumers spent $42 billion. By 1991, that number had grown to $738 billion, an increase of 1,657 percent. 6 trillion, and spending in 2010 is estimated to exceed $2 trillion. How much of that money is lost to fraud or spent wastefully? 14 ? A Homeland Security Threat Assessment for 2008–2013 reports that continued instability in the Middle East and Africa, challenges in maintaining border security, and increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks are likely to pose security threats to the United States in coming years.

Roughly half the offenders are male, and half are female. Most offenders are between forty-five and fifty-five years of age. Well over 90 percent have no criminal history of fraud. Most offenders have been with the organization for an average of ten to fifteen years. Fraud is scalable; the amount of the fraud loss is proportional to organizational position. Thus, assuming people at FRAUD AS AN EXAMPLE OF RISK ? ? ? 23 various levels go bad, there is a ratio that has held up well over the years.

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