Our experts are at the forefront of developments in the world of identity and fraud; from cutting-edge technology and industry regulations, to fraud prevention measures and identity verification, you’ll find the latest news here.

Understanding the fraudsters’ modus operandi

Thanks to first-hand interviews with both convicted and unconvicted fraudsters we’ve built up a critical insight into ‘the fraudster’s modus...

Blog - Jun 2013
24th June 2013: Inflation Round-Up

Inflation is being driven up by a variety of external factors despite underlying sluggish demand in the economy. Nowres Mohatam explores...

Blog - Jun 2013
Join our Utilities analytics webinar – Guide to scorecards

Reduce customer churn, tackle change of supplier issues, enhance win back and retention within...

Blog - Jun 2013
No Claims Discount Database launched

For the first time in the UK, the insurance industry will be able to confidently, quickly and easily validate individual's ‘no claims’...

Blog - Jun 2013
Altrincham is UK’s provincial identity fraud capital

East Ham, Romford and Bexleyheath are top hotspots for identity fraud in London, while first-party fraud is most prevalent in London with East Ham ranking...

Blog - Jun 2013
17th June 2013: Keep up with Industrial change

Stephen Adams discusses the implications of upcoming methodological changes to official data and definitions on key historical...

Blog - Jun 2013
10th June 2013: Austerity or Growth?

Sadia Sheikh touches upon the experience of selected countries in balancing austerity and their growth...

Blog - Jun 2013
3rd June 2013: Portugal Deficit Update

Thomas Crowdy provides an update on Portugal’s on-going process of fiscal adjustment and assesses the implications for short-term...

Blog - Jun 2013
The rise of mobile banking, payments and identity – video…

Mobile banking and identity validation go under the...

Blog - Jun 2013
What’s in a name?

Wising up to account...

Blog - Jun 2013
Don’t think the diet starts tomorrow

SEPA compliance deadline...

Blog - Jun 2013
27th May 2013: Key Sectoral Trends

Short-term trends are bleak: the weak eurozone is adversely affecting manufacturing via export demand whilst smaller businesses are being held back by lack of credit. Banks are under pressure from...

Blog - May 2013