Unaccountable external auditors (part 2 of 2): Their roles in the 'Great Economic Meltdown'
Gil Geis contended that the failures of many external auditors helped contribute to the recent "Great Economic Meltdown." He wrote that a radical overhaul of the U.S. system of external auditing of corporate financial affairs is necessary.
Geis, Sutherland and white-collar crime (part 2 of 2)
This article is excerpted from the 2001 book "Contemporary Issues in Crime & Criminal Justice: Essays in Honor of Gilbert Geis," edited by Henry N. Pontell and David Shichor.
New Regents join board during its semi-annual meeting
SEC of Pakistan includes CFE credential qualification in public head of internal audit positions
Here's where you need to be in June: 24th Annual ACFE Global
Fraud Conference at the ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas
Board of Regents orders disciplinary actions on two members
Jonathan Turner, CFE, Managing Director, Wilson and Turner, Inc., continues his discussion on how to conduct an interview. Part 2 of 2.
Wanted: gutsy fraud fighters. An Interview with Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York
Preet Bharara exhorts business school students, corporate employees and fraud examiners to create ethical cultures and have the courage to report fraud.
Not worth the paper they’re printed on: Phony estimates in financial statements
Detecting financial statement fraud is more complex than ever. But here are ways to investigate the books and the personalities behind the numbers.
Who are you going to call? The IRS and the SEC whistleblower awards programs
Have you (or employees in your organization) found incriminating evidence, but you don’t trust the internal hotline? Here are two ways to report fraud and possibly receive awards for your troubles.
In "My Take," Carla Hodge, DBA, CFE, CRMA, writes that at many companies, internal audit management believes that the internal auditor's role is not necessarily to be a fraud examiner. Have you found this to be true?