USF: Holding white-collar crime accountable

USF: Holding white-collar crime accountable

USF: Holding white-collar crime accountable

Tampa is a growing economy financially speaking.

However, with this growth comes more people seeking to take advantage of loopholes and get away with taking money from their place of employment.

Director of the Pippenger School of Accountancy Uday Murthy said roughly 600 new positions will be opening up in the Tampa Bay area from Citibank alone in the area of business risk assessment, including in the growing anti-money laundering field.

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