Fraud Risk Assessment
A fraud risk assessment can be a powerful and proactive tool in the fight against fraud for any organization. Regulators, professional standard-setters and law enforcement authorities continue to emphasize the crucial role that fraud risk assessment plays in developing and maintaining effective anti-fraud programs and controls.
Featuring video commentary from several anti-fraud experts, Fraud Risk Assessment provides an overview of fraud risk, explores the risk assessment process, and provides you with a framework for conducting and reporting your own fraud risk assessment.
- How a fraud risk assessment contributes to an effective fraud risk management program
- Methods used to address fraud risks
- How to properly execute the fraud risk assessment process
- Why fraud risk assessments are invaluable to organizations
Familiarity with common fraud schemes and risks
Table of Contents
|What is Fraud Risk?
|What Is a Fraud Risk Assessment?
|Why Should Organizations Conduct Fraud Risk Assessments?
|What Makes a Good Fraud Risk Assessment?
|Considerations for Developing an Effective Fraud Risk Assessment
|Preparing the Company for the Fraud Risk Assessment
|Executing the Fraud Risk Assessment
|Sample Fraud Risk Assessment Framework #1
|Sample Fraud Risk Assessment Framework #2
|Addressing the Identified Fraud Risks
|Reporting the Results of the Fraud Risk Assessment
|Making an Impact with the Fraud Risk Assessment
|The Fraud Risk Assessment and the Audit Process
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