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There is no statutory definition of "serious fraud" although it is generally accepted involving the following elements: deliberate deception, trickery or cheating, intended to gain an advantage.

Simply put, fraud is a deliberate deception for unlawful gain. Often the term "whitecollar crime" is used to describe fraud crimes committed by individuals, businesses and government professionals.

Read more about:

  • What Constitutes Serious Fraud
  • How Serious Is the Problem
  • Serious Fraud - A Sampling of What Is Involved
  • What Is a Serious Fraudsman?
  • How Do You Recognise His Trappings and Understand His Behavior?
  • How Does He Operate?
  • Who Are His Co-Conspirators and Facilitators?
  • Serious Fraud Requires Serious Concealment
  • How Does Serious Fraud Happen? The Fraudster's Strength
  • How to Combat Serious Fraud - The Fraudster's Weaknesses
  • Serious Fraud Requires Serious Action

Download: Serious Fraud by Martin S. Kenney