In this article, published shortly after the scandal involving Lance Armstrong, Arun Chauhan considers the various fraud claims faced by the former Tour de France champion including fraudulent misrepresentation.
Arun Chauhan delivered a presentation entitled “Fraud – Lost in Translation” as part of a seminar in conjunction with Today Risk and Compliance (an operational arm of Today Translations) in November 2014. The focus of the seminar was the way in which criminals seek to exploit professionals who fail to conduct adequate KYC checks or accept documents that are false or deliberately mistranslated.
Everything is a risk. Not doing anything is a risk. It’s up to you
"In this blog-post, Arun Chauhan talks about his decision to move from a large national law firm to set up Tenet Compliance & Litigation Ltd, a niche firm specialising in advice around financial crime compliance, fraud investigations and litigation. He looks back on 2016 and considers “…the good, the bad and lessons learned...” and sets out his aims for 2017.
Arun Chauhan was lead author on the Fraud Advisory Panel guide entitled “Tackling Fraud in the Social Housing Sector” published in December 2015. The resource is aimed at senior executives, management and board members to help understand their risks and routes for redress and to also help wider employees understand the issues fraud presents.
Countering Fraud – A guide for housing associations
Arun Chauhan, was invited to sit on the editorial panel for the leading counter fraud publication for Housing Associations entitled “Countering Fraud – A guide for housing associations” published in March 2017.
How to stay safe and avoid banking scams
Cybercrime and Authorised Push Payments, Financial Crime Compliance & Governance
In this article for the Birmingham Post, Arun Chauhan considers fraud in corporate transactions and the need for deeper due diligence to uncover fraud or bribery. Arun focuses on case studies Hampson Industries and Contract Connections, and InterQuest.
Arun Chauhan co-authored this advice for the Credit Control Journal regarding employee fraud investigation.In this article, the authors discuss the penalties and impact of fraud, providing case study material, continuing the theme of employee fraud as a case example of detection, investigation, its process, and how a well thought out fraud investigation led to recovery for the Claimant.