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How many more Olympus' there are is a matter of speculation." This is an ominous thought for Japanese stocks.
"70 percent of turnover in Tokyo stock exchange is overseas investors.
This is worrying when you consider the reaction of overseas investors to the Olympus scandal." "It makes a mockery of Prime Minister Noda's claim that Japan is the same as any other capitalist country." SPEAKING TOUR Woodford is publishing an account of his dramatic story in Japanese in April and in English in October.
He is also going on a speaking tour and is represented by the Greater Talent Network.
A Japanese ATM cash-out scheme that stole million from South Africa's Standard Bank in less than three hours illustrates why devising better ways to mitigate the risks posed by such schemes must be a priority for financial institutions in those markets - including the U. But as long as ATMs continue to accept magnetic-stripe cards, cash-outs will pose a risk. S., most ATMs are not expected to begin accepting chip cards until the end of 2016. Standard Bank did not respond to Information Security Media Group's request for comment.
It is easy to add hardware and cameras, and visual inspections of the machines happen far less often than with on-premises machines.
It is a best practice for consumers never to use these machines, but consumers often opt for convenience over security." Experts for years have warned of upticks in ATM cash-outs.
There are scandals in Europe, Siemens, Worldcom, Enron. Individuals will act in a way that is wholly unacceptable. "What is Japanese is the culture of deference and obedience.
These qualities make hiding corrupt transactions much easier. I saw even more of this after I made it public." "At first the Japanese media didn't pick it up at all. "It took an overwhelming barrage of me banging drums and repeating points in the media.
Michael Woodford fears there are more Olympus's out there.