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Revisions of U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines

Changes by the U.S. Sentencing Commission to the federal sentencing guidelines could lead to a new era of corporate compliance.

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.

The ACFE and its members evolve

Overview of events and highlights from the 24th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference

Man on a mission

Interview with David Green, CB, QC, Director of U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office

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recent fraud story briefs

Tax fraud crisis

Learn how groups of tax cheats are stealing billions and how researchers and fraud fighters are finding new ways to beat them.

One CFE's View

Clients often don't understand the process, litigators lack the training, and accountants don't have the mandate. CFEs are poised to assume an even more responsible role in fighting fraud in the marketplace.

Civil Litigation Histories

We're all aware of the critically important components of background checks - convictions, driving histories, credit reports, references, drug tests - in profiling suspected fraudsters. But we should explore a component that's often misunderstood: civil litigation histories.

Case in Point

Town Mark Ltd. of India retained this accountant and fraud examiner to document and streamline the information systems in preparation for ISO certification. But like the proverbial Pandora's Box, when he and others lifted the lid off the accounts, scores of errors and issues tumbled out.

The CFE as IP security advisor

How CFEs can help balance the desires of marketing and the concerns of security teams to protect intellectual property.