How to Detect & Prevent Business Fraud.
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Because of his extensive work, one of the ACFE headquarters buildings in Austin, Texas, is named after him. Dr. Albrecht has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, major financial institutions, the United Nations, and the FBI, and has been an expert witness in some of the largest fraud cases in America.
Five experts (including a prison psychologist) analyze opportunities for white-collar crime and discuss ways - both investigative and sociological - to reduce it. Published on: Jul 1, 1982. More from Inc. Sponsored Business Content.
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Data analysis techniques and tips for detecting and preventing fraud. Fraud, whether it occurs in the form of carefully crafted ponzi scams, fudging financial reports or theft from one’s own employer, is reaching alarming proportions and is not without its costs. Businesses and government agencies worldwide suffer hundreds of billions in lost or misused funds, diminished value, and irreversible damage to company reputation and customer trust. Create audit reports with recommendations on how to tighten controls or change processes to reduce the likelihood of recurrence. And, don’t forget to quantify the impact to the business.
W ''This book covers the entire range of fraud that can be encountered in the workplace. He knows as much as anyone about how to detect and deter fraud.
Steve Albrecht, Associate Dean, Marriott School of ManagementBrigham Young University, Provo, Utah. 'This book covers the entire range of fraud that can be encountered in the workplace. Grant D. Ashley, Vice President for Corporate Security and Entertainment In. Las Vegas, Nevada. James G. Castellano, Chairman, RubinBrown LLP, St. Louis, Missouri. 'I have worked with Mr. Wells for ten years. His reputation is unsurpassed.
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Because fraud is such a monumental problem – so much so that it could even lead to the critical failure of an otherwise successful business – it's important to combat it vigorously.
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