The Link Between Corporate Culture and Fraud
The importance of the "tone at the top" in deterring fraud is a concept that most of us have read about in articles and studies. However, seeing tone at the top in practice and how it impacts an organization positively or negatively is the best way to understand exactly how this link works.
Fraud Casebook: Lessons from the Bad Side of Business
Fraud Casebook: Lessons from the Bad Side of Business is the most comprehensive book ever compiled on fraud case studies, presenting the collected insights of some of the most experienced fraud examiners in the world.
Case Studies in Occupational Fraud I (Online Self-Study)
Case Studies in Occupational Fraud highlights two case studies. Each case presents important background information about the fraud case, walks you through the investigation and presents lessons learned and recommendations to prevent a future occurrence.
Internet Fraud Casebook: The World Wide Web of Deceit
While the Internet offers a global marketplace for consumers and businesses, it also presents endless potential for crooks and scammers. Internet Fraud Casebook: The World Wide Web of Deceit presents the collected insights of some of the most experienced fraud examiners around the world.
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The link between corporate culture and fraud
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Boards' familiarity of 'bullybezzlers' allowed fraud
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Prevent diversions to forbidden nations: Avoid export controls and sanctions violations
Using one fraud to hide another
The contempt of families: 'Sonny Boy' and his ghost employees
Trusted assistant steals $365,000 from not-for-profit
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Investigating and prosecuting Libor culprits
Tipping the balance: Never assume guilt or innocence
The Kickback Mine: What Seemed an Ordinary Case Became More Intriguing
Big Money, Acquisitions and Consequences
Comptroller, Horse Lady and Crook, Part 1 of 2
Avoiding Trouble in China: How to Stay on the Right Side of International Anti-Bribery Laws
Bid Rigging and Kickbacks under the Bridge
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