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Fraud 101: techniques and strategies for detection

Author: Silverstone, Howard ; Davia, Howard R.Publisher: Wiley, 2005.Edition: 2nd ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 238 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0471721123Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary
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Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary


Fraud 101 Fraud 101 lntroduction 1 The World of Fraud Who Commits Fraud and Why? Fraud Prevention and Detection Notes Fraud Combatants Fraud Company Profile (1987-1 997) Auditor Responsibilities to Detect Fraud Financial Statement Audit versus Fraud Investigation Fraud Guidance Audit Deficiencies and Audit Failures The New World Recommended Reading Notes 3 Sarbanes-Oxley and Its Influence on Fraud Prevention Audit Committee Code of Ethics Internal Controls Internal Audit Common Problems Note 4 Proactive Fraud Investigations: An Introduction Fraud Investigations Defined Three Objectives of Fraud Investigations Proactive Fraud Investigations Advice for Inexperienced Fraud Investigators Notes 5 Proactive Fraud Investigations: Conducting the Investigation Art of Fishing How Proactive Fraud Investigators Think and Work Beginning the Investigation Selecting a Fraud Type Fraud Investigation Procedure Summary Notes 6 Elementary Fraud Types Three Elementary Fraud Types: Definitions Duplicate Payment Fraud Multiple Payee Fraud Shell Fraud Notes 7 Fraud Defectives Defective Delivery Fraud Defective Shipment Fraud Defective Pricing Fraud Summary Notes 8 Contract Rigging Fraud Definition Obtaining the Contract Contract Change Orders Unbalanced Bidding Detection Recommendations Rotation Fraud Note 9 Ethical Behavior Accounting Ethical Standards Consequences of Unethical Behavior Codes of Conduct Notes Evidence Indicative Evidence Validating Evidence Notes Symptomatic Fraud Investigation Symptoms of Fraud Variations in Actual versus Planned Cost "Should Cost" Approach Employee Lifestyle Changes Notes Fraud Investigation Alternatives Monitoring Known or Suspected Fraud Monitoring Operational Areas at Risk of Fraud Fraud Investigations and Internal Control Note APPENDIX A APPENDIX 8 APPENDIX C APPENDIX D Glossary Index Anatomy of a Corporate Fraud Symptomatic Fraud Investigation Case Study Fraud-Specific Contract Review Case Study World Top Corporation Case Study

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