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The MgDelxis Difference – Intuitive Subject Research

Because of our subject matter specialization, MgDelxis’ management research team pride ourselves in being able to identify current and future management trends, which translates into knowledge capital advantage for executives engaged through our S2O platforms.

Examples of our ‘early-to-market’ or ‘first-to-market’ platforms include:

‘Corporate Fraud Risk Management’, July 2004

  • Fraud investigations into Auston International, Singapore (Dec 2004)
  • China Aviation Oil, Singapore (Dec 2004)
  • Citiraya Industries, Singapore (January 2005)
  • Accord Customer Care Solutions, Singapore (February 2005)
  • Greatronics Ltd, Singapore (February 2005)

‘Forensic Fraud Investigation’ January 2005
‘Forensic Financial Statements’, September 2005
‘Successful Techniques for Fraud Investigations’, April 2006
‘The Culture of Corporate Fraud’, September 2006

“….nearly a quarter of the top 1,000 companies in Singapore have been hit by financial fraud. Financial fraud cost Singapore companies at least S$4.4 million last year. Financial reporting fraud also rose from 9 percent in 2004 to 24 percent in 2007”
Survey shows nearly one in four companies in S’pore hit by fraud, Channel News Asia, 24 July 2008

‘Optimizing Human Capital’, April 2004
‘HCM Value Triangle’, June 2007

“While 40% of survey respondents listed human capital strategy as a principal function of HR today, 64% expect it to become a key function within two to three years”
HR role centers on business function, Business Times citing Mercer’s Global HR Transformation Study findings, 14 June 2007

‘Digital Forensic Investigation’, May 2008

‘The KPMG survey also showed that there has been a surge in the number of computer-related fraud since 2004. The number jumped from 19 per cent in 2004 to 59 per cent in 2007’
Survey shows nearly one in four companies in S’pore hit by fraud, Channel News Asia, 24 July 2008

“This makes information technology (IT) fraud the fastest growing and most pervasive category of fraud suffered in organizations. This significant increase in technology related fraud is due to the ever increasing reliance on technology by businesses”
Tech fraud on the rise in Singapore firms, Business Times citing findings from KPMG Singapore Fraud Survey Report 2008, 25 July 2008