Financial crime


New York State’s Trump Investigation: an analysis of the reported facts and applicable law

This report analyses the potential charges both the Trump Organisation and Donald Trump himself may face. The report also goes in depth into the defenses that may be available in response to any indictment.

Fraud and its relationship to pandemics and economic crises: from Spanish flu to COVID-19

This report seeks to draw out the common characteristics of frauds associated with pandemics. The report identifies some novel crime types and methodologies arising during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 that were not seen in previous pandemics.

Fraud prevention in local government

This audit found that many local governments have not assessed their fraud risks, and do not have comprehensive fraud management plans and programs. Most could do more to educate their staff on integrity polices and controls to reinforce anti-fraud messages and consider fraud risks in...

Protect your charity from fraud

This guide is aimed at board or committee members, trustees and managers of charities. It will also be of interest to employees and volunteers. It is designed to help protect your charity from fraud and other financial crime.

Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry: final report

The central task of the Royal Commission was to inquire into and report on whether any conduct of financial services entities might have amounted to misconduct and whether any conduct, practices, behaviour or business activities by those entities fell below community standards and expectations. The...

Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry: interim report

The Commission’s work, so far, has shown conduct by financial services entities that has brought public condemnation. Some conduct was already known to regulators and the public - some was not. Why did it happen? The answer seems to be greed – the pursuit of...

Serious financial crime in Australia 2017

This inaugural unclassified report, produced by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, highlights the way serious financial crimes are impacting on the Australian community.