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Are you vulnerable to fraud? Do you have adequate controls in place to prevent it? Test your company's fraud health with this free training resource featuring a checklist and video.
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The CFE Academy Experience

A bank examiner and CFE recounts her experience in attending the Association’s CFE Academy in Austin, Texas.

Merger and Acquisition Fever

By applying their forensic accounting, analytical, and legal skills, fraud examiners can help clients identify potential issues before they commit to purchase a company, preventing unfortunate surprises after the deal has closed.

Identity Crisis Survival

Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing white-collar crimes. Fraud examiners and investigators need to know the scams and the ways they can be detected.

Basic Recipes for Slush Funds

Slush funds were designed to avoid internal controls and disguise dubious transactions. Slush funds can become havens for fraud and theft. This article examines some common methods used for this purpose.

Built-in Glitches

A/P software packages with "built-in controls" promise to streamline financial operations and help prevent fraud within an organization. However, no business software can completely safeguard against fraud.

Promotional Funds Fraud

Many corporations are susceptible to promotional funds fraud - the embezzlement of hundreds of millions of dollars annually from the promotional budgets of consumer product manufacturers. .

Fraud Forum Results

The article presents the results of the first-ever Occupational Fraud Forum, which took place last August 1999 in New Orleans, La., just prior to the Ninth Annual Fraud Conference.

Leave no stone unturned . . .

In just more than one year the suspects had received almost $10 million in investor funds and then vanished without leaving a trace. Except for one little piece of evidence uncovered by the author.

Mary Jane betrays the boss and embezzles $400,000

Case study of an embezzlement

A wealth of talent, passion and tenacity

As the ACFE begins celebrating its 25th year, Fraud Magazine invited the board members to a roundtable discussion to consider the future of the fraud examination and the ACFE.