A Short Guide To Fraud Risk

Author: Martin Samociuk
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351961691
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A Short Guide to Fraud Risk is for: * anyone who needs to better understand fraud risks, either company-wide, or in a specific business unit; * directors and managers who would like to add value by building fraud resistance into their organization and to demonstrate to shareholders, regulators or other stakeholders that they are managing fraud risks, rather than just reacting to incidents; * regulators, auditors and compliance professionals who need to assess the effectiveness of an organisation's fraud prevention measures. The book gives a concise but thorough introduction to the risk of fraud based on a six-element strategy. It includes practical steps to assess and treat fraud risks across an organisation, including those relating to executive directors. It also provides practical steps to develop fraud awareness across an organisation and how to implement an effective fraud detection and incident management program. The application of the principles is illustrated with example documents and numerous case studies aimed at assisting the reader to implement either individual elements or a complete fraud risk management strategy.

A Short Guide To Risk Appetite

Author: David Hillson
Editor: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 140944094X
File Size: 66,49 MB
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Risk appetite is a hot topic, driven both by corporate governance requirements and senior managers' need to make risk-based decisions. But despite the high level of interest, there is no consensus on what risk appetite is, how it should be expressed or measured, or how it can be practically used in business or projects. In A Short Guide to Risk Appetite David Hillson and Ruth Murray-Webster cut through the confusion to produce clear definitions and simple guidelines, helping us to answer the important question: 'How much risk should we take?

A Short Guide To Operational Risk

Author: David Tattam
Editor: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780566091834
File Size: 65,23 MB
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Advocates that the key to embedding an effective risk culture lies in raising the awareness of risk at every level of an organisation. Takes the reader through the process of identifying, assessing, quantifying and managing operational risk. Includes graphs, tables and short examples.

A Short Guide To Ethical Risk

Author: Carlo Patetta Rotta
Editor: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780566091728
File Size: 55,68 MB
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This work delivers a range of tools that can help to enhance the ethical levels within a company, such as the implementation of codes of conduct, whistle blowing procedures, stricter selection processes, and other measures that can mitigate ethical risk.

Academy Of Management Annual Meeting

Author: Academy of Management
Editor:
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How To Find Fraud And Corruption

Author: Nigel Iyer
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351724770
File Size: 36,51 MB
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In a typical working environment in which 'fraud and corruption' is as normal as a headache or as common as a cold, everyone in the organization has a role to play in finding and deterring fraudsters. Despite universal acknowledgement that these things may be illegal but still prevalent, managers still treat them as 'someone else's problem' or 'something that happens to other businesses, not ours’. This book shows, in simple terms, how everybody can become a successful fraud detective. A series of proven and easy-to-follow recipes show how to find the tell-tale signs of fraud and corruption and work with colleagues to deal with fraud smartly, keeping the organization you work for healthy and clean. The skills taught in this book are based on over 25 years’ experience of successfully finding and dealing with fraud and corruption, all around the world. How to Find Fraud and Corruption offers wayfinding techniques for identifying and recognizing common frauds such as: suppliers who charge too much; sharp business partners and consultants who are taking you for a ride; customers who take but prefer not to pay. It also shows how to spot and unravel more complex but equally serious and common frauds: hidden connections to dirty money centres (the illegitimate side of tax havens); bribes paid as a shortcut to get business; creative numbers fraud (inflation of sales figures or suppression of costs); conflicts of interest involving individuals inside or outside the business. The final chapter is a short story (based on a real case) which illustrates a fraud detective’s challenges, whether they are a reluctant whistleblower, someone who cannot turn a blind eye even if they would prefer to, or even the accused. Accessible and practical, this book is for everyone who wants to stop fraud, including those working in accounting and finance, management, specialist functions, such as audit, compliance and security, and anyone else who aspires to be a fraud detective and stop fraud and corruption.

How To Find Fraud And Corruption

Author: Nigel Iyer
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138742451
File Size: 67,87 MB
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In a typical working environment in which 'fraud and corruption' is as normal as a headache or as common as a cold, everyone in the organization has a role to play in finding and deterring fraudsters. Despite universal acknowledgement that these things may be illegal but still prevalent, managers still treat them as 'someone else's problem' or 'something that happens to other businesses, not ours'. This book shows, in simple terms, how everybody can become a successful fraud detective. A series of proven and easy-to-follow recipes show how to find the tell-tale signs of fraud and corruption and work with colleagues to deal with fraud smartly, keeping the organization you work for healthy and clean. The skills taught in this book are based on over 25 years' experience of successfully finding and dealing with fraud and corruption, all around the world. How to Find Fraud and Corruption offers wayfinding techniques for identifying and recognizing common frauds such as: suppliers who charge too much; sharp business partners and consultants who are taking you for a ride; customers who take but prefer not to pay. It also shows how to spot and unravel more complex but equally serious and common frauds: hidden connections to dirty money centres (the illegitimate side of tax havens); bribes paid as a shortcut to get business; creative numbers fraud (inflation of sales figures or suppression of costs); conflicts of interest involving individuals inside or outside the business. The final chapter is a short story (based on a real case) which illustrates a fraud detective's challenges, whether they are a reluctant whistleblower, someone who cannot turn a blind eye even if they would prefer to, or even the accused. Accessible and practical, this book is for everyone who wants to stop fraud, including those working in accounting and finance, management, specialist functions, such as audit, compliance and security, and anyone else who aspires to be a fraud detective and stop fraud and corruption.

The Corporate Guide To Payments System Risk

Author: Jack M. Meckler
Editor: Probus Professional Pub
ISBN:
File Size: 10,24 MB
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Concern about corporate and bank risk in payments transactions has been an issue of increasing concern to companies of all sizes. This handbook outlines a variety of sources of risk and major control measures of which the treasury manager needs a thorough understanding. It shows how to assess credit risk, develop policies, and control the entire risk management process.

Gaas Guide 2010

Author: Joseph V. Carcello
Editor: CCH Incorporated
ISBN: 9780808020998
File Size: 22,94 MB
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CCHs GAAS Guide describes todays engagement standards and practices, including Statements on Auditing Standards (SASs), Statements on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAEs), and Statements on Standards on Accounting and Review Services (SSARSs) and their relationship to the PCAOBs standards. The latest interpretations of all the standards are also included. Features: .Authoritative pronouncements and an overview; Promulgated procedures checklists; Analysis and application of reporting standards; Practitioners aids

Investment Companies

Author: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Investment Companies Guide Task Force
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File Size: 36,82 MB
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A Practical Guide To Identifying Advance Fee Prime Bank Instrument Fraud

Author: Alistair Walters
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Completely revised and updated, 'Highway Law' remains the leading general practitioner's reference on the subject in England and Wales

Fraud And Abuse In Nonprofit Organizations

Author: Gerard M. Zack
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
ISBN:
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Applications And Innovations In Intelligent Systems Vii

Author: Richard Ellis
Editor: Springer
ISBN:
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Following on from a three-year knowledge management project, seven organisations formed aco-operative group for knowledge management. This group meets through the Knowledge Management Implementers Forum (KMIF). Each of the organisations participating in this work are, by implication, interested in the development of KM. The aims of the forum are t9 exchange ideas and share experience in the areaofknowledge management. The organisations involved are: ~ British Aerospace (Samlesbury) ~ ICI ~ ICL ~ North WestWater ~ IDS Cad-Graphics ~ Liverpool John Moores University ~ NWAIAG (Blackburn College) 1.1 The Organisations Involved Each ofthe organisations has specific reasons for being involved in this project and in KM. The British Aerospace Samlesbury site is a large manufacturing site employing ground breaking technology for Europe's front line military aircraft. The factory works with a well-managed supply chain and works closely with other British Aerospace sites in the manufacture of aircraft components. It has set up a partnership with another Aerospace Company based on exchange of knowledge and therefore needs to value that knowledge. ICI is one of the UK's leading chemical companies and plays on an international stage. Changes in international supply and demand require ICI to respond quickly to market pressures. This means that the company needs to use its knowledge assets in a well managed way and put systems in place that increase the flexibility and ensure the security ofthese important assets.

Life And Health Insurance Entities

Author: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Life Insurance Audit Guide Task Force
Editor:
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Medicare And Medicaid Guide

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File Size: 58,53 MB
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Prevention And Detection Of Automobile Dealer Fraud

Author: Lewis W. Disque
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File Size: 78,10 MB
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Corporate Secretary S Guide Corporate Directions

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File Size: 33,54 MB
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