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Business Schools Prepare Students To Fight Financial Crimes. Yet, Challenges Remain

The history of financial crimes likely stretches back millenniums starting with humanity’s use of monetary means. As civilizations modernized with laws to prohibit such crimes and to protect citizens, the fight against white-collar crimes has begun. However, to do so, not only knowledge of the law and legal system but also a profound understanding of finance is essential. Responding to a surge of scams, the enlarging underregulated cryptocurrency market, and Russian oligarchs’ continuous attempts to work around the international sanctions over the country’s invasion of Ukraine, finance faculties at business…

Increased Financial Crime Risks to Businesses From All Sides at an Unprecedented Time

With humanity experiencing one of the deadliest pandemics in the modern era, industries have adapted to the change with accelerated digital transformation and remote work, keeping a physical distance from each other. Unfortunately, criminals have also morphed their tactics and schemes to take illegal advantage of people’s good faith and financial interest. Ranging anywhere from financial scams and frauds to government imposters and cybercrime, not only individuals but also businesses have been targets of criminals. Especially for businesses, there are other financial crime risks other than financial scams, including but…

Growing Emphasis on Data Analytics in MBAs

Technical know-how and an understanding of data strategy are two factors that can improve MBA graduates’ career prospects Data analytics is becoming an increasingly important and prominent aspect to consider for many MBAs. A recent study conducted by MBA Roundtable revealed that the majority (61 percent) of schools surveyed intend to overhaul their curriculum in the near future, putting a greater emphasis on analytics. It is reasonable for business schools to aim to equip graduates with the skills demanded by the modern labor market as a response to recent changes…

Internship Opportunity for International Students in Seoul (Apply Before May 9, 2022)

Recruitment for The 30th International Student Global Internship   Seoul Metropolitan Government is recruiting international students, who are currently enrolled in a university or graduate school in Seoul, for internship programs. By providing the opportunity, it aims to help expand international students’ understanding of Korean society through an internship at public and private entities, as well as to support the participants’ career advancement.   International Student Global Internship Overview Internship Period: July 4 – August 19, 2022 Recruitment Number (Expected): 14 people– Public sector (11 departments at the city hall,…

How will Test-Optional affect Students?

Facts and Future Viewpoints about Standardized Testing Before COVID-19, some schools had already abandoned the testing requirement. However, for the time being, most schools and universities in the United States are test-optional. Aviva Legatt, an Ardmore native and founder of Ivy Insight, a college admissions advising firm, explained, “The purpose behind it was twofold.” The goal was to level the playing field for underrepresented and low-income students at first. According to Dr. Aviva Legatt, “several studies demonstrate that the test is culturally biased.” “White people tend to score better on…

What to look for in an Online University Program

Online courses and programs have been highly successful and has become a popular choice for students who don’t mind taking classes online. Many universities are making their classes available online even after their campus’ have opened up and live classes have returned. Due to numerous universities venturing into the online education market, it has become overflooded with amateur, below par online programs. Choosing a university to attend live is straightforward. You can view the classrooms you will be attending classes in, look at the list of professors you will be…

Due to Covid-19, Companies Invest in SCM

Due to the border shutdown and other preventive measures of Covid-19, many harbors and airlines have frequently been closed. Freight handling delays combined with people trying to buy up products had caused a shortage of necessities. In order to gain the supply chain’s resilience back, many companies are trying to remake Supply Chain Management (SCM) strategies. Apple used to adopt the Just-In-Time inventory management tactic, which aims to minimize the amount of inventory on hand to meet demand. Now, however, they are diversifying supplying countries rather than focusing only on…