How asset managers should handle whistleblowers

CityWire Asia | May 1, 2023

Our Forensic and Compliance Specialist, Tanya Raj, recently spoke to Citywire, a platform famous for performance information to help professional investors. She spoke about the tricky matter of whistleblowers in the asset management field.

‘‘Whistleblowing in general has reputational risk concerns. Even though it is a qualitative measure, it does impact a firm’s funds and balance sheet due to the fall in trust and the resulting outcomes from any scandals that are exposed’, she says.

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