Financial Forensics Body of Knowledge

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By Darrell D. Dorrell and Gregory Gadawski, CFE





Financial Forensics Body of Knowledge compiles more than 250 forensic tools, techniques, methods and methodologies. They are explained in detail so that you can assess the veracity of virtually any financial document from within or outside of an organization and persuasively support your position.

In this book, authors Darrell Dorrell and Gregory Gadawski disclose actual tools, techniques, methods and methodologies deployed in scores of financial forensics assignments covering alter ego, bankruptcy, business valuation, damages, fraud, fraudulent transfer, lost profits, marital dissolution, shareholder oppression, solvency/insolvency, and much more.

This book explores:
Articulated cash flow
Behavior detection, including CICO
Civil versus criminal law comparison
Confidential informants
Data collection
Forensic financial analysis
Forensic operators
The MUA/Likert Scale
Valuation and forensic techniques
Writing persuasive reports with “WPN”

Product Details:
Copyright 2012
ISBN 978-0-470-88085-2
Hardcover, 541 pages
John Wiley & Sons Publishing

Table of Contents:


Chapter 1: Foundational Phase

Chapter 2: Interpersonal Phase

Chapter 3: Data Collection and Analysis Phase: Part I

Chapter 4: Data Collection and Analysis Phase: Part II

Chapter 5: Data Collection and Analysis Phase: Part III

Chapter 6: Trial and Reports Phase

Chapter 7: Counterterrorism: Conventional Tools for Unconventional Warfare

Chapter 8: Civil versus Criminal Law Comparison