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White Collar Crime; Jerome Kerviel; Graduate recruitment; Risk Management; Nick Leeson;

Risk management is built around greed. White collar criminals are uncovered due to excessive greed, or incompetence in the pursuit of their aims.

However, what happens when greed isn't the driver? What happens when instead of stealing millions, he tried to earn thousands by gambling billions?

In an age of economic austerity and high graduate unemployment, corporate regulations must be be wary of those who are content to become criminals simply for the trappings of a promotion.

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