Survey: Financial crimes top investors’ concerns

A RECENT SURVEY found executives and investors often are more concerned about how a firm rates regarding financial-crime risk and integrity than conventional financial assessments when making investment decisions within emerging markets. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/SCOTT EELLS
PROVIDENCE – More than two-thirds of executives would find ratings on financial crime and integrity more valuable than information from audit reports, credit ratings, self-reported data and other conventional assessments when making investment decisions on firms operating in “emerging and frontier” markets, a new survey found. The survey was conducted online last fall by Gerson…

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