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Fraud Prevention and Detection : Warning Signs and the Red Flag System

By: Stamler, Rodney T.
Contributor(s): Marschdorf, Hans J | Possamai, Mario.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (302 p.).ISBN: 9781466554559.Subject(s): Fraud -- Prevention | Fraud investigationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fraud Prevention and Detection : Warning Signs and the Red Flag SystemDDC classification: 658.4/73 | 658.473 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Contents; Foreword; The Authors; Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Red Flag System; Chapter 2: Fraud 101: A Primer; Chapter 3: The Dynamics and Root Causes of Fraud; Chapter 4: The Red Flag System; Chapter 5: Financial Statement Fraud; Chapter 6: Red Flags for Financial Statement Fraud; Chapter 7: Procurement Fraud; Chapter 8: Procurement Fraud Methods and Red Flags; Chapter 9: Bribery and Corruption; Chapter 10: Fraud and Money Laundering; Chapter 11: High-­Risk Corporate Activities and Market Manipulation; Chapter 12: Pyramid Schemes
Chapter 13: Fraud and the Absence of Good GovernanceChapter 14: The Board of Directors and Its Responsibility to Safeguard the Organization; Chapter 15: Enterprise Risk Management, Fraud Risk Management, and Compliance Risk Management; Chapter 16: The Board of Directors-First Line of Defense against Fraud and Corruption; Chapter 17: Screening, Scrutinizing, and Investigating Red Flags; Appendix A: Summary of Red Flags; Appendix B: Glossary; Back Cover
Summary: Lessons can be learned from major fraud cases. Whether the victim is a company, public agency, nonprofit, foundation, or charity, there is a high likelihood that many of these frauds could have been prevented or detected sooner if early Red Flag warning signs had been identified and acted upon. Fraud Prevention and Detection: Warning Signs and the Red Flag System will enable officers and directors, internal and external stakeholders, as well as outside analysts to protect themselves and their organizations against fraud by effectively detecting, analyzing, and acting on early Red Flag warning
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Front Cover; Contents; Foreword; The Authors; Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Red Flag System; Chapter 2: Fraud 101: A Primer; Chapter 3: The Dynamics and Root Causes of Fraud; Chapter 4: The Red Flag System; Chapter 5: Financial Statement Fraud; Chapter 6: Red Flags for Financial Statement Fraud; Chapter 7: Procurement Fraud; Chapter 8: Procurement Fraud Methods and Red Flags; Chapter 9: Bribery and Corruption; Chapter 10: Fraud and Money Laundering; Chapter 11: High-­Risk Corporate Activities and Market Manipulation; Chapter 12: Pyramid Schemes

Chapter 13: Fraud and the Absence of Good GovernanceChapter 14: The Board of Directors and Its Responsibility to Safeguard the Organization; Chapter 15: Enterprise Risk Management, Fraud Risk Management, and Compliance Risk Management; Chapter 16: The Board of Directors-First Line of Defense against Fraud and Corruption; Chapter 17: Screening, Scrutinizing, and Investigating Red Flags; Appendix A: Summary of Red Flags; Appendix B: Glossary; Back Cover

Lessons can be learned from major fraud cases. Whether the victim is a company, public agency, nonprofit, foundation, or charity, there is a high likelihood that many of these frauds could have been prevented or detected sooner if early Red Flag warning signs had been identified and acted upon. Fraud Prevention and Detection: Warning Signs and the Red Flag System will enable officers and directors, internal and external stakeholders, as well as outside analysts to protect themselves and their organizations against fraud by effectively detecting, analyzing, and acting on early Red Flag warning

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<p>Rodney T. Stamler is a former assistant commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). His major cases included chasing the hidden assets of the late Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu in the early 1990s; investigating the $1 billion Bre-X mining scandal in Indonesia, the worlds largest gold mining fraud; and investigating a massive, multinational procurement fraud at a Fortune 100 multibillion-dollar corporation. He served as a special advisor to the United Nations in the development of the international convention against laundering the proceeds of illicit drug trafficking. He is often called to provide advice and counsel on corporate governance matters.</p> <p> Hans J. Marschdorf is a leading international forensic accountant who has conducted financial investigations for the past 23 years around the world, ranging from multinational corruption and procurement fraud investigations to money laundering investigations, investigations of elaborate Ponzi schemes, and frauds involving structured financial products. His experience includes a position as pan-European leader of a forensic services practice in a Big 4 professional services firm. He now practices as a financial crime investigator from Greater Toronto, Ontario.</p> <p> Mario Possamai is a senior fraud professional at a major Canadian financial institution and has managed complex fraud, asset recovery, and corruption investigations in North America, Europe, and Africa for more than two decades. A member of the Bre-X investigative team in Indonesia, he also provided forensic financial consulting services to the director of public prosecutions in a southern African country in the mid-1990s; was an expert witness for the Department of Justice in Canada on money laundering; and was senior advisor to Superior Court Justice Archie Campbell, who headed the judicial inquiry into the SARS outbreak in 2003.</p>

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