Data sharing tops UK banks' anti-fraud agenda

Monday, 9 January 2006, 2:06 PM EST

Data sharing and co-ordination top the agenda of UK banks in the fight against financial fraud, according to an exit poll at a recent financial crime conference. The survey found data sharing was a key concern for banks this year, with 40 per cent of delegates listing it as a top concern.

At The Register.

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