Private Investigators Birmingham Give Tips on Effective Employee

Originally published at http://businessprwire.co.uk/private-investigators-birmingham-give-tips-on-effective-employee-monitoring-in-the-corporate-sector-2/

Concerned by the article "RBS suspends two more employees over market rigging" (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-31623043) published in BBC News on 25 February 2015, the team of detectives at Private Investigators Birmingham shared tips to successfully monitor personnel.

The article in BBC News, published on 25 February 2015: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-31623043, describes the latest developments in the recent foreign exchange market rigging. Last month, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and five other banks were issued a combined fine of $4.3 billion (£2.6 billion), over a failure to end foreign exchange market exploitation. RBS conducted an internal investigation into the fraud, and, in the process, assessed the conduct of several of their existing and former staff. Resultantly, disciplinary procedures were launched against six staff, while three more were suspended. RBS, which is largely owned by the British government, are expected to disclose their annual reports this Thursday. These results will provide further information on how much their unethical activities will cost the bank. In a statement, RBS confirmed that two more of their personnel had been suspended as part of the internal foreign exchange inquiry. There was an official criminal investigation in June into the alleged "fraudulent conduct" by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), assisted by the US Department of Justice and the Financial Conduct Authority. The suspended RBS Forex trader Paul Nash as the first arrestee as part of the investigation in December. It was found that foreign exchange market exploitation had been going on as far back as 2008.

Responding to the article published in BBC News, detectives at Private Investigators Birmingham (http://birmingham-privateinvestigators.co.uk/) speak out on how corporations can better monitor their employees to avoid the very fraud and manipulation that RBS has been a victim of. Detectives at Private Investigators Birmingham can provide assistance in many ways. The private detectives are a leading investigative team, capable of successfully conducting employee fraud investigations and providing fast and reliable solutions to clients. The team consists of investigators and detectives from a wide range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds and have acquired the valuable experience that helps in solving all sorts of investigative cases. Investigators are fully professional as well as friendly and approachable, in order to make fraud victims feel at ease when sharing confidential business details. Private Investigators Birmingham have a whole range of successfully solves cases that has helped the detectives build a solid reputation in the whole of UK and abroad. Employee scams can be hard to detect and so a lot of stealth and discretion is required. Clients can call Private Investigators to set up a meeting whenever convenient and attain all the assistance needed.

The Chief Investigator at Private Investigators Birmingham, Viv Clarke, speaks up about the need for expert assistance in employee fraud cases, "It is best to contact a reliable investigative firm as soon as possible, since these internal scams can cause a lot of damage to the company unless detected early on. We at Private Investigators Birmingham are ready to help you with whatever corporate detail you need help with." Detective Clarke can be reached via email (viv.clarke@birmingham-privateinvestigators.co.uk) or the company contact number (0121 259 0063).

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