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If history is any guide, corporations can expect a serious increase in internal fraud, legal disputes and regulatory action ahead as a result of the current U.S. economic crisis. Now more than ever, CFOs and compliance officers must take careful measures to strictly follow financial risk management standards and ensure new employees have spanking clean records. So says Peter Turecek, senior managing director of New York City-based fraud and litigation consultant Kroll Inc, which has released a new report citing sharp increases in arbitration claims by investors seeking to recoup losses after Black Monday, Oct. 19, 1987, and following the market downturns of 1991 and 1992.

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