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Srinivasa Rao

The author is Partner & Leader Risk Advisory Services at Nangia Andersen LLP

Latest Articles By Srinivasa Rao

Pegasus And How The Spyware Invades Phones And What It Does When It Gets In?

Srinivasa Rao

Vigilance and awareness may be the only way to defeat or at least limit the damage of Pegasus or any other spyware. If an infection is suspected, immediately reach out to a cyber expert or a forensic expert to have the device inspected, cleaned, and dispose of appropriately if required.

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Commercial Dispute Resolution – Looking Through A Forensic Lens

Srinivasa Rao

The pandemic has affected all industry sectors, albeit in different ways and with varying degree of impact.

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Growing NPAs – An Unending Nightmare For The Indian Banking Sector

Srinivasa Rao

Compared with most BRICS members, India fares quite poorly: China’s NPAs stand at 1.75%, Brazil’s at 3.69%, South Africa’s at 2.83%, while India’s NPAs are at approximately 9.85%.

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Compliance Management: Repetition Rather Than Regulation

Srinivasa Rao

Compliance officers are increasingly spending more time with legal teams as the changes in the legal framework are faster than ever before on account of rapid changes in the global business environment, technology, and political landscape.

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COVID-19 – The Resurrection Of The Corruption Virus

Srinivasa Rao

India's ranking in the Corruption Perception Index 2019, released by global watchdog - Transparency International, has moved down as compared to the ranking in 2018 and now

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Handling Integrity Risks Post COVID-19

Srinivasa Rao

Workforces, investors, entrepreneurs, consumers and society at large are now resuming their roles alongside the risks that could impair their ability to resume with full force.

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Could COVID-19 Be Making Your Organisation Vulnerable To Occupational Frauds?

Srinivasa Rao

Fraud and related vulnerabilities experienced by an organisation during the COVID-19 crisis are spread across the three branches of the Occupational Fraud Tree - Bribery & Corruption, Asset Misappropriation and Financial Statement Frauds.

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