antifraud

antifraud

(ˌæntɪˈfrɔːd)
adj
acting against fraud
Translations
antifraude
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Brady continued, Nationwide believes applying advanced technology to antifraud efforts will help protect our members.
Strengths: Antifraud, low politicization, fiscal efficiency, auto insurance market, home insurance market, few rating restrictions, regulatory modernization
The student's sworn statement was taken at the bureau's antifraud division.
The bill helps safeguard patient access to independent community pharmacists and addresses abusive pharmacy auditing practices while allowing legitimate Medicare Part D antifraud oversight to continue, comments National Community Pharmacists Association CEO B.
Fraud continues to be an ever-present concern for accountants, auditors, and antifraud professionals.
A hosted account opening antifraud solution has been added to the customer acquisition products offered by Andera Inc.
3 January 2011 - The way in which French telecoms operators increase their broadband and mobile tariffs as of 1 February 2011 will be closely examined by the French consumer affairs and antifraud directorate DGCCRF, daily Les Echos said on 31 December 2010 citing Frederic Lefebvre, the French secretary of consumer affairs.
While the government's antifraud initiatives have grown in intensity in recent years, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides additional resources and authority designed to crush healthcare fraud schemes that contribute to the skyrocketing cost of healthcare in the United States.
The SEC's report of Investigation stems from an Enforcement Division inquiry into whether Moody's Investors Service (MIS) - the credit rating business segment of Moody's Corporation - violated the registration provisions or the antifraud provisions of the federal securities laws.
I tackled NatWest, who said it has some of the most sophisticated antifraud devices in the world.