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    MarchApril-unaccountable-auditors-thumb.jpgUnaccountable external auditors (part 1 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.

    MarchApril-geis-sutherland-thumb.jpgGeis, Sutherland and white-collar crime (part 1 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. This collection, published by Prentice Hall, was assembled in honor of Dr. Geis on his 75th birthday.

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    Richard G. Brody and Bruce G. Dubinsky elected new ACFE Regents 


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    Jonathan Turner, CFE, Managing Director, Wilson and Turner, Inc., discusses how to conduct an interview. Part 1 of 2. 

  • He sought and brought out the best in everyone: Gilbert Geis, Ph.D., CFE (1925 – 2012) 

    Gil Geis, a former ACFE president and one of its pillars, was a seminal white-collar crime researcher, author and teacher. But he’ll be remembered best for his generosity of spirit.

    MarchApril-affinity-thumb.jpgAffinity is only skin deep: Insidious fraud of familiarity 

    Fraudsters know no boundaries, even when it comes to their supposed friends and family. Affinity fraud is a particularly insidious crime in which fraudsters use their similar characteristics to others for their own financial gain.

    MarchApril-chris-mathers-thumb.jpgIn the company of criminals: An undercover ace learned fraudsters’ methods and blind sides 

    An important tenet of fraud examination: Learn to think like a fraudster. Chris Mathers knows the intricacies of money laundering and drug trafficking because he worked undercover for 20 years. Now he wants to teach you what he learned.

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