Organizations urgently need to improve their employees’ ability to report C-suite misbehavior without retribution. Here are the ways CFEs can help businesses do just that.
A case study shows a missed major conflict of interest and teaches the ways to detect and deter fraud in the procurement process.
A team of fraud fighters uses three different analytical tools for measuring accruals to find manipulations.
Fraud examiners can take precautions to stay safe when conducting examinations domestically and abroad.
Regardless of the stage of your career, all of us need to be reminded why we decided to become fraud examiners or investigators.
Case in Point
Dog shooting leads to discovery of tax-dollar misuse
Hog fraud, negligent audit committee, disclosure omissions and more
Don’t underestimate the importance of a cover letter
Georgia banker who faked death gets 30 years in prisonA former Georgia bank director who faked his own suicide two years ago to cover up the embezzlement of millions of dollars was sentenced on Tuesday to 30 years in jail.
Soho is the new fraud hotspot of the UKSoho is now the commercial fraud hotspot of the UK, accounting for a fifth of the country’s fraudulent activity, new data analysis has found.
Vodafone starts audit into possible tax fraud at Ono UnitVodafone Group Plc (VOD) said it has begun an audit into possible tax fraud at Grupo Corporativo Ono SA, the Spanish cable operator it bought in July for 7.2 billion euros ($9.1 billion).
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Walter Pavlo, former senior manager at MCI, discusses tone at the top from his personal experience as a fraudster.