Preet Bharara exhorts business school students, corporate employees and fraud examiners to create ethical cultures and have the courage to report fraud.
Gil Geis contended that the failures of many external auditors helped contribute to the recent "Great Economic Meltdown."
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.
Detecting financial statement fraud is more complex than ever. But here are ways to investigate the books and the personalities behind the numbers.
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.
Global Fraud FocusBankers without ethics: 2012 was the year global banks paid hefty fines for lofty hubris
I'm a CFETina Lusk, CFE, Area Controller, Northern Europe & Africa, OTIS, La Defense, France
Starting OutWhen the music stopped ... A case study in a bank president’s mortgage loan fraud
UAE gets tough on fraud and fake goodsAbu Dhabi: The government will step up efforts to fight fraud and trade in fake goods, with unscrupulous traders facing up to two years in jail, a Dh1 million fine and being named and shamed at their cost, states a draft law.
Settlements in fraud case may only go so farA federal magistrate has ordered a settlement conference in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission massive fraud case against Timothy M. McGinn and David L. Smith, former Albany brokers who were convicted in February of fraud, conspiracy and tax evasion charges.
Money-pooling fraud: SFIO to probe three more WB groupsAmid the raging controversy over alleged fraud by Saradha group, the government has directed the Serious Fraud Investigation Office to probe three more West Bengal-based groups, suspected of defrauding investors through money-pooling schemes.
A federal magistrate has ordered a settlement conference in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission massive fraud case against Timothy M. McGinn and David L. Smith, former Albany brokers who were convicted in February of fraud, conspiracy and tax evasion charges.
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