The £52m GP Noble scandal may have focused the minds of trustees on fraud, but most in the industry agree the risk can never fully be eliminated. However, Baker Tilley insists there are steps those in charge of schemes can take to minimise it. Jack Jones reports
Fraud probably features more prominently on the radars of trustees nowadays, thanks to the fallout from the GP Noble scandal. Although cases like this are few and far between, the scale of the scam - £52m...
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