2 edition of The guide to investigating business fraud found in the catalog.
The guide to investigating business fraud
Ernst & Young LLP
by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc. in New York
Written in English
|Other titles||Investigating business fraud|
|Statement||by the professionals at Ernst & Young|
|Contributions||American Institute of Certified Public Accountants|
|LC Classifications||HV6691 .G85 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 324 :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||2011286019|
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Developed by the seasoned fraud investigation team at Ernst & Young in cooperation with the AICPA, The Guide to Investigating Business Fraud provides a clearly defined framework for approaching a fraud investigation from start to finish. Each chapter in this practical, comprehensive resource is written by subject matter experts in the issue Author: American Institute of CPAs.
Developed by the seasoned fraud investigation team at Ernst & Young in cooperation with the AICPA, The Guide to Investigating Business Fraud provides a clearly defined framework for approaching a fraud investigation from start to finish.
Each chapter in this practical, comprehensive resource is written by subject matter experts in the issue under discussion. Basics of investigations: The current context of business fraud investigations ; Business fraud investigation practice ; The calm before the storm: what can a company's management do to be prepared for an investigation.
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Edit. Last edited by Tom Morris. Ap | History. An edition of The guide to investigating business fraud () The guide to investigating business fraudPages: Expert Fraud Investigation.
A Step-by-Step Guide. A sharp, savvy examination of financial fraud, Expert Fraud Investigation: A Step-by-Step Guide is one of the few books to take the leap from theoretical discussion to the actual nuts and bolts of performing an investigation. Fraud expert Tracy Coenen offers an insider look at many of the most common types of fraud cases and points out Reviews: Fraud is a huge problem for businesses worldwide.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse examined more than 2, cases of fraud in countries. The cumulative losses for those cases was more than $ billion, with almost one-fourth of the frauds resulting in losses of $1.
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The process of completing a full fraud investigation could fill a book, but there are a few generalities that apply to most investigations. The purpose of a fraud investigation is to gather evidence of a fraud, if any. Even in light of the fraud allegations, an investigator should be objective in her or his work, attempting to determine whether.
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fraud off-the-Books – fraud cannot be detected by the examination of journalized accounting transactions, because none of such fraudulent nature transaction was recorded into accounting books.Similarly, business leaders who understand how to identify early signs of fraud, apply best practices in an internal investigation and take proactive steps to coordinate external reporting can reduce the financial impact of fraud and often have a better chance to .