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One big four firm has warned on the threat of "fraudsters" in the superannuation industry, with its research showing a spike in the multi-million-dollar value of fraud crime in Australia.
Research from KPMG showed that for the period September 2015 to March 2016, 116 frauds occurred, with a value of $381.1 million – an average value per fraud of $3.3 million.
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