Fraud examiners face ethical dilemmas daily. Maintaining a code of professional ethics in the anti-fraud profession is not only critical for your practice, but also for self-preservation. In a similar manner, maintaining an effective compliance program is an absolute necessity to protect an organization from various risks, including those of fraud, financial impact, litigation and reputation loss.
Articles and Other Resources
Fraud’s Worst Enemy: A Strong Code of Ethics
An Interview with Perry A. Minnis, Alcoa's Director of Ethics and Compliance: A Question of Ethics
Be Prepared Before You Blow the Whistle
Ethics or Employment?
Crossing the Line: A Fraudster’s Lessons
Interview with Sherron Watkins: Constant Warning
Chasing Madoff: An Interview with Harry Markopolos
Find Deviant Behaviors, Find Fraud?
Flunking the Ethics Test
Moving from Compliance Guidance to EnforcementLearn about the compliance and regulation landscape in 2013 with Daniel Tannebaum, CFE, Senior Associate and Commercial Financial Crimes Leader at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Principles of Fraud Examination
Fraud Risk Management
Books and Manuals
White-Collar and Corporate Crime: A Documentary Reference Guide
The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust
No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller
Building a World-Class Compliance Program: Best Practices & Strategies for Success
Governance, Risk, and Compliance Handbook
Ethical Issues for Fraud Examiners
Ethical Theory for Fraud Examiners
Inside the Fraudster’s Mind
Compliance 101 for Certified Fraud Examiners
Building a World-Class Compliance Program