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Cause for celebration

Before looking at the achievements of the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) during the past 12 months, it is worth reviewing how things were handled prior to its formation. Previously, insurers predominately attempted to manage suspected organised fraud through a variety of informal methods between themselves.

Unfortunately, this fragmented approach hampered the identification of networks, led to the collation of incomplete evidence and prevented the building of robust cases to hand over to the police

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