Entries tagged: fraud

Serious Fraud Office – Fraud Taxonomy

Taxonomy (from Ancient Greek: taxis, “arrangement,” and -nomia, “method”) meets the Serious Fraud Office.[Read more]

Strength – A Good Fraud Control Program

What makes a good fraud control program?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 11th September 2014

What makes a good fraud advisor?[Read more]

Something Fishy

At the moment that the end user finds out that they have been deceived the true price of deception is apparent.[Read more]

Seven Views on Corruption

Seven views – academia, governance, media, law, forensic accounting, policing, advocacy – on corruption.

One of the more interesting discussions that we have encountered in nearly 25 years of being involved in this area.[Read more]

Counting the Numbers – Alleged Falsification of US Employment Data

Who has not sat before a report with numbers that appear to be too good to be true? This is how you investigate such a circumstance.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 10th April 2014

What are the “tricks” when conducting a fraud interview?[Read more]

The Fraud that Changed Governance and Auditing Forever

Before Bernie Madoff there was Philip Musica.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 27th March 2014

Being conscious of the emotional aspects of interviewing someone suspected of fraudulent conduct is as important as ascertaining the correct facts.[Read more]

Blowing the Whistle – Making a Whistle Blower Policy Work

What does a good whistle blowing program look like?[Read more]