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New York Times reporter and Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist David Barboza discovered at least $2.7 billion in assets controlled by relatives of the former Chinese premier. Read how he found the smoking guns among public records.
The opaque and unregulated global art market is vulnerable to forgeries, tax fraud, insurance fraud and money laundering. Here are details on how fraud examiners can detect and investigate crimes in this murky corner of creative commerce.
After 16 years as a U.S. special agent, Liseli Pennings, CFE, returns to the ACFE as deputy training director and LEGA liaison to help worldwide agencies fight fraud and work efficiently with private sectors.
Pamela Johnson, a low-level accounts assistant, had a hidden gambling problem and the trust of the Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit. Here's how she exploited her employer's confidence and how the external auditors actually discovered the devastating three-year fraud.
ACFE faculty members share some notable cases from the trenches with practical principles that you can apply.
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Convicted fraudster Roomy Khan discusses her role in the investigation of hedge fund trader and co-founder of Galleon Group, Raj Rajaratnam.
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