As of Monday, November 11, 2013, SAP Fraud Management is released to customers in Release 1.1, Support Package 01. SAP Fraud Management, powered by SAP HANA, combines an intelligent and efficient infrastructure for detecting fraud and supporting investigation with the speed and power of the SAP HANA database. With SAP Fraud Management, you can detect fraud in big data environments with unprecedented speed and responsiveness, and you can bind real-time online checks for fraud by SAP Fraud Management into your purchasing, claims management, and other business processes.

With Release 1.1 SP01 of SAP Fraud Management, additional content is available for strengthening your compliance efforts with anti-corruption laws and regulations such as the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 or the United Kingdom’s Anti-Bribery Act of 2010.  This content is downloadable and installable from this wiki page: Extended Anti-Corruption Content with SAP Fraud Management Release 1.1 SP01 – Governance, Risk an…

The anti-corruption content includes the following rules for detecting potential fraud, together with the required customizing and detailed information:
Scenario Detection Technology
Irregularities in Accounting Accounting documents posted on non-working days
Irregularities in Purchasing Person or organization on a Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) list found in purchase order item
Purchase order overpaid
Purchase invoice receipt greater than goods received receipt
Partner or vendor in a purchase order item comes from a high-risk country
Changes made to a saved purchase order exceed threshold
One-Time Accounts Multiple postings made to a one-time account
Regular vendor postings made to a one-time account
Irregularities in Connection with Vendors Invoice reference number used more than once for the same vendor
Invoice without reference to purchase order
Split invoices exceed purchasing limit
Suspicious keywords found in invoice item texts
Divergent vendor and payment countries
New Business Conflicts of Interest Turnover of new vendor in first year after initial transaction exceeds limit
Turnover of new vendor between first and second years after initial transaction exceeds limit
Turnover of new vendor in excess of threshold approved by a single employee
Irregularities in Vendor Master Records Vendor master record without bank account details
Flip-flop payee: Alternate payee in vendor master record changed suspiciously (within company code and across company codes)
Flip-flop business: Bank data in vendor master record changed suspiciously

The downloadable anti-corruption content is provided without cost and without service or warranty.

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