in Fraud Magazine
CFEs possess many of the skills that companies need on their boards of directors: skepticism and curiosity, analytical thinking, reading comprehension, interviewing and communication.
Healdton’s treasured treasurer took advantage of an oblivious city council and city manager and defrauded the city of at least $80,000 using three different methods. Her story shows how small nonprofits are particularly susceptible to fraudsters.
Organizations’ procurement of goods and services — through electronic bidding processes — can save money and increase efficiency. But it can also add risks plus inflict major fraud damage when staffs betray employers’ trust.
Tom Shaw, CFE, CAMS, a seasoned pro, knows that fraud examiners only see victories when they’ve diligently planned for every possible fraud quirk. Here’s help for incorporating metrics-driven processes into your anti-fraud efforts.
To address the lack of available benchmarking information for internal fraud investigation departments, the ACFE collected data about our members' internal investigations teams.
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Cynthia Hetherington, CFE, President of Hetherington Group, discusses ethical and security issues faced by fraud examiners and companies as social media and technology continue to evolve.
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