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Author and global fraud expert.


Taking stock: Four tips to prevent fraud and theft in our bushfire response

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Oliver May, Thursday, 6th February 2020 -  Drawing on his experience of crises worldwide, Oliver May reflects on what we can learn about fraud prevention in our bushfire response.

Culture wars: Do you really think you can change the culture of your not for profit?


Oliver May, Monday, 9th December 2019 -  Cultural change is possible, writes Oliver May, but many of us need to think again about the “how”.

Conflict avoidance: How effectively is your charity managing conflicts of interest?


Oliver May, Tuesday, 8th October 2019 -  Oliver May asks whether your charity should be concerned about conflicts of interest, and what it can do about them.

Giving fraud the finger: Are biometrics the final word in preventing aid diversion?


Oliver May, Thursday, 11th July 2019 -  As Pro Bono News reports on a rise in fraud allegations in the NDIS, and the UN attempts to control diversion in Yemen with biometrics, technologies seem to offer simple fraud control solutions. But do they actually, asks Oliver May.

Three good reasons to be grateful for whistleblowers

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Oliver May, Tuesday, 11th June 2019 -  Australia’s new whistleblower protection legislation means many charities might need to change their approach to managing disclosures. But some of us also might need to change how we think about whistleblowing, writes Oliver May.

Risky business: Operating overseas under the new external conduct standards


Oliver May, Tuesday, 9th April 2019 -  The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission’s new external conduct standards are coming. If your charity operates outside Australia, you need to start thinking about how you manage risk now, writes Oliver May.

Is your non-profit suffering from regulatory fatigue?


Oliver May, Thursday, 21st March 2019 -  Regulatory change can be managed, anticipated, and provokes opportunities for growth, dialogue and advocacy, writes Oliver May in this article offering advice on how NFPs that might be suffering from regulatory fatigue can respond to it.

Eyes On the Road or Hands Off the Wheel


Oliver May, Monday, 21st May 2018 -  Is your NFP up to speed on Australia’s new anti-bribery legislation? Oliver May from Deloitte Australia outlines what some of the changes mean and what NFPs should do now.

Detecting Fraud in NFPs Shouldn’t be a Game of ‘Moving Statues’


Oliver May, Tuesday, 9th August 2016 -  Why do Not for Profit boards need to get proactive about the risk of fraud, writes author and global fraud expert Oliver May.
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