raise a red flag

(redirected from raised red flags)

raise a red flag

To offer a sign or signal indicating potential, incipient, or imminent danger or trouble. Didn't the fact that your accountant used to be a drug dealer raise a red flag or two when you started doing business with him? Well, it definitely raised a red flag when he got so angry at me over such a minor thing, but I never thought he could be so unreasonable to live with!
See also: flag, raise, red
References in periodicals archive ?
On Tuesday, CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd shares slumped 20 per cent after its Risk and Audit Committee raised red flags on five counts which were prejudicial to the company.
The senator acted on reports that the 'significant influx of Chinese POGO workers and the approximately 130,000 individuals not paying taxes to the Philippine government have clearly raised red flags on the implementation of our tax, immigration and labor laws.'
Harry Markopolos, the accounting expert who raised red flags about Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme, will release today an over 170 page report on the accounting of General Electric, Thomas Gryta and Mark Maremont of Wall Street Journal report.
89, Gatchalian, noted that the significant influx of Chinese POGO workers and the approximately 130,000 individuals not paying taxes to the Philippine government have "clearly raised red flags on the implementation of our tax, immigration and labor laws."
Overall, unreported cases worked out to 18% of about 37,600 episodes in which a Medicare beneficiary was taken to the emergency room from a nursing facility in circumstances that raised red flags.
Poll watchdog questions party-list nominees, advocacies !-- -- Sheila Crisostomo (The Philippine Star) - May 9, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Poll watchdog Kontra Daya yesterday raised red flags on more than 20 party-list organizations that are leading in voter preference surveys but have nominees that do not belong to the marginalized sectors of the society.
His general lack of attraction to Kate also raised red flags for some people.
In a move that has raised red flags in Washington and Brussels, Italy will become the first G7 country to formally endorse and become part of China's Belt and Road global investment program.
This immediately raised red flags with one of the biggest Christian Contemporary Music broadcast ministries in America, today the No.
We were concerned about the impact it had and the risk it presented to others in the future." He said of the eight mental health deaths which had 'raised red flags', three inquests had already been completed, and five more were pending.
The senator likewise raised red flags on the contractor tapped for the project, the China Communications Construction Company, which was blacklisted by the World Bank in 2009 for supposed bid-rigging, bribery and corruption.
The WHO has raised red flags about the potential dangers of mental illness during adolescence, and the early years of adulthood, indicate that in Africa about five per cent of the population aged below 15 years suffer from mental disorder.
But collecting juveniles' data has raised red flags. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017, Mattel debuted Aristotle, a voice assistant aimed at children from infancy to adolescence.
The Commission on Audit (COA) has raised red flags on the handling of Department of Justice (DOJ) funds in 2017, finding defects in the management of at least P816 million.
In a statement issued in Lagos, the coalition raised red flags on the bank officials' visit.