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    C-suite fraud options: commit it, permit it or fight it

    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.

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    Fraud in umbrella contracts

    A case study shows a missed major conflict of interest and teaches the ways to detect and deter fraud in the procurement process.

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    ‘Income smoothing’ becomes fraud

    A team of fraud fighters uses three different analytical tools for measuring accruals to find manipulations.

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    Prepare for the unknown

    Fraud examiners can take precautions to stay safe when conducting examinations domestically and abroad.

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    The successful fraud fighter

    Regardless of the stage of your career, all of us need to be reminded why we decided to become fraud examiners or investigators.


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    Need access to historical banking information   Need access to historical banking information? Better read the fine print...
    Accessing information electronically creates savings, but that can also come at a significant cost elsewhere.
    Investigating residency fraud   Investigating residency fraud
    Residency fraud has become a major problem in the District of Columbia, costing taxpayers more than $5 million a year.
    At play in the fields of fraud, part 2   At play in the fields of fraud, part 2
    Fraudulent filings of real estate documents are always a means to an end: the facilitation of a greater fraud with a monetary payoff.
    At play in the fields of fraud, part 1   At play in the fields of fraud, part 1
    Follow two detailed real estate fraud schemes that while very different, found commonality in their crime.
 
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