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Corporate fraud

Jack Bologna

Corporate fraud

the basics of prevention and detection

by Jack Bologna

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Published by Butterworth Publishers in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fraud.,
  • Fraud -- Prevention.,
  • Corporations -- Corrupt practices.,
  • Fraud investigation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJack Bologna.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6691 .B64 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 217 p. ;
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2847446M
    ISBN 100409951293
    LC Control Number84009591

    Book Description. In Gower published the highly successful third edition of Corporate Fraud by Michael Comer. Sadly, the need for such books has not disappeared - if anything it has increased - with cases such as Enron, WorldCom and the Allied Irish Bank and so this volume concentrates on the practicalities of investigating and recovering from fraud. et al () find that executives who commit corporate fraud fac e gre ater financial incentives to do so and that the incentives change conditional on the structure of the compensation package.

    Get this from a library! Corporate fraud: the human factor. [Maryam Hussain] -- "Drawing on the practical experiences of fraud investigators from across the world, in this book we provide perspectives to help you identify the many guises of the "fraud trail" - taking into.   A Comparative Analysis of Corporate Fraud: Book Four examines corporate fraud in the United Kingdom compared with that of two civil law neighbouring countries, France and Germany, as well as the United States. The objective of the study is to discover how fraud occurs, how the two different legal systems treat fraud, contributing factors, and if recommendations were made to authorities in an Pages:

    Often, quoted in fraud scandals that almost swallow the corporate world are cases of Enron, Arthur Anderson, and WorldCom. These cases have, therefore, brought forensic auditing to limelight. corporate failures across the globe, fraud was involved. No single model can successfully predict the risks of fraud or the fact that fraud is occurring or has occurred. Much research has been done globally to measure fraud, many articles have been published recommending additional mechanisms to prevent and detect fraud. Court sanctions ofFile Size: KB.


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Corporate Fraud Handbook details the many forms of fraud to help you identify red flags and prevent fraud before it occurs. Written by the founder and chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), this book provides indispensable guidance for auditors, examiners, managers, and criminal investigators:.

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Real-world help for companies combating fraud - from major management fraud to fraudulent financial reporting From the author's more than thirty years of corporate auditing experience, Corporate Fraud features scores of useful case studies that illustrate the principles of numerous types of fraud and how to avoid them in your business.

A must-have for all auditors,4/5. Corporate Fraud and Internal Control focuses on the appropriateness of the design of the system of internal controls in fraud risk mitigation, as well Accompanying interrogation software demo (software demo is not included as part of this book's e-book file.

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Corporate fraud consists of activities undertaken by an individual or company that are done in a dishonest or illegal manner, and are designed. Written by leading practitioners from a variety of fraud-related fields, our professional publications teach practical solutions that can be applied immediately.

Build your anti-fraud library with these books and manuals reviewed by the ACFE Research Team. Look for titles with the icon. These are written by Certified Fraud Examiners. Book Description Delve into the mind of a fraudster to beat them at their own game. Corporate Fraud Handbook details the many forms of fraud to help you identify red flags and prevent fraud before it occurs.

Written by the founder and chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), this book provides indispensable guidance for auditors, examiners, managers, and criminal.

Fact: Barings was an excellent company, with professional managers. Their careers were devastated by fraud. How many other managers are now in the same position without knowing it.

Fact: The average company loses between 2 per cent and 5 per cent of its turnover as a result of dishonesty. When Mik. Fact: Barings was an excellent company, with professional managers. Their careers were devastated by fraud. How many other managers are now in the same position without knowing it.

Fact: The average company loses between 2 per cent and 5 per cent of its turnover as a result of dishonesty. When Mike Comer's book first appeared it quickly established itself worldwide as the standard work in its. Book Description.

Put the brakes on fraud. It is much more cost-effective to prevent fraud than to punish it. Providing an insider's look into the most prevalent fraud schemes used by employees, owners, managers, and executives, Corporate Fraud Handbook, Fourth Edition provides you with a systematic approach to stop fraud in its tracks before it happens.

Corporate Fraud. On OctoEnron, the seventh largest corporation in the U.S., announced a $ million loss in third-quarter earnings. On November 8,the company. Real-world help for companies combating fraud – from major management fraud to fraudulent financial reporting From the author’s more than thirty years of corporate auditing experience, Corporate Fraud features scores of useful case studies that illustrate the principles of numerous types of fraud and how to avoid them in your business.

A must-have for all auditors, controllers, CFOs, and 5/5(1). Corporate governance legislation has become increasingly concerned with an organization’s ability to resist corporate fraud.

This book will teach you how to develop and implement an effective anti-fraud program for your business. It focuses on the appropriateness of the internal controls system in fraud risk mitigation, as well as mechanisms.

“The same ethical corporate culture, processes and controls, and oversight that help corporations prevent financial statement fraud also protect against asset misappropriation and corruption.” Wells points out that small businesses may find the exhibit especially useful since fraud is.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: pt. The Nature of Corporate Fraud. Praise For Corporate Fraud Handbook: Prevention and Detection, Second Edition "The Corporate Fraud Handbookoffers insightful information for fraud detection and prevention and is illustrated with a multitude of actual case examples." —Mary-Jo KranacherEditor-in-Chief, The CPA Journal "I have worked with Mr.

Wells for more than a decade. In my opinion, his knowledge of fraud. A Comparative Analysis of Corporate Fraud: Book Four examines corporate fraud in the United Kingdom compared with that of two civil law neighboring countries, France and Germany, as well as the United States.

The objective of the study is to discover how Pages:   The incidence of corporate fraud in every category measured has increased in the past year, according to Kroll’s / Global Fraud l, 70 percent of .