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Profiling The Fraudster : Removing the Mask to Prevent and Detect Fraud

By: Padgett, Simon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Wiley Corporate F&A: Publisher: New York : Wiley, 2014Description: 1 online resource (270 p.).ISBN: 9781118929759.Subject(s): Accounting | Corporations -- Corrupt practices | Fraud -- Prevention | Fraud investigation | Fraud | White collar crimesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Profiling The Fraudster : Removing the Mask to Prevent and Detect FraudDDC classification: 658.4/73 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright ; Contents ; Preface ; Acknowledgments ; Part I Occupational Fraud and Corruption ; Chapter 1 Introduction to Occupational Fraud and Corruption and Recent Trends ; Deception through Breaching Trust ; Global Trends in Occupational Fraud
The Cost of Occupational Fraud and Corruption Types of Occupational Fraud ; Early Fraud ; The Fight against Fraud ; Profiling as a Solution ; Chapter 2 Types of Occupational Fraud and Corruption ; A Myriad of Fraud Schemes ; Cybercrime
Chapter 3 What Is Fraud and More Specifically Occupational Fraud? The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners' Definition ; The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' Definition ; Statement of Auditing Standard No. 99 Definition
The Institute of Internal Auditors Definition Duration of Fraud Schemes ; Chapter 4 Corruption ; The Geography of Corruption ; The Fight against Corruption ; Corruption and the Public Purse ; Cultural and Legal Influences on Corruption
Chapter 5 Normative Crime Analysis and Investigative Psychology Fraud Is Not a Norm ; Investigative Psychology ; Chapter 6 The Fraud Triangle Becomes the Fraud Diamond: A Journey through the Theory ; The Fraud Triangle ; Fraud Risk ; The Theory Shaping Early Fraud Profiling
Part II Profiling the Fraudster
Summary: <b>Detect and combat corporate fraud with new profiling techniques</b> <i>Profiling the Fraudster: Removing the Mask to Prevent and Detect Fraud</i> takes a step-by-step approach beyond the Fraud Triangle to identify characteristics in potential fraudsters, employees and new hires that will sound alarm bells before they get their hands on your organization's assets. The typical organization loses a staggering 5% of its annual revenue to fraud. Traditional fraud investigations focus on the breakdown of internal controls but what happens when the human beings forming a key component of that cha
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Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright ; Contents ; Preface ; Acknowledgments ; Part I Occupational Fraud and Corruption ; Chapter 1 Introduction to Occupational Fraud and Corruption and Recent Trends ; Deception through Breaching Trust ; Global Trends in Occupational Fraud

The Cost of Occupational Fraud and Corruption Types of Occupational Fraud ; Early Fraud ; The Fight against Fraud ; Profiling as a Solution ; Chapter 2 Types of Occupational Fraud and Corruption ; A Myriad of Fraud Schemes ; Cybercrime

Chapter 3 What Is Fraud and More Specifically Occupational Fraud? The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners' Definition ; The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' Definition ; Statement of Auditing Standard No. 99 Definition

The Institute of Internal Auditors Definition Duration of Fraud Schemes ; Chapter 4 Corruption ; The Geography of Corruption ; The Fight against Corruption ; Corruption and the Public Purse ; Cultural and Legal Influences on Corruption

Chapter 5 Normative Crime Analysis and Investigative Psychology Fraud Is Not a Norm ; Investigative Psychology ; Chapter 6 The Fraud Triangle Becomes the Fraud Diamond: A Journey through the Theory ; The Fraud Triangle ; Fraud Risk ; The Theory Shaping Early Fraud Profiling

Part II Profiling the Fraudster

<b>Detect and combat corporate fraud with new profiling techniques</b> <i>Profiling the Fraudster: Removing the Mask to Prevent and Detect Fraud</i> takes a step-by-step approach beyond the Fraud Triangle to identify characteristics in potential fraudsters, employees and new hires that will sound alarm bells before they get their hands on your organization's assets. The typical organization loses a staggering 5% of its annual revenue to fraud. Traditional fraud investigations focus on the breakdown of internal controls but what happens when the human beings forming a key component of that cha

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<p> SIMON PADGETT is an ACCA-qualified forensic accountant with over 18 years of experience in fighting fraud and corruption. He has held senior-level auditing positions in the United Kingdom, South Africa, the Caribbean, the Middle East, and Canada. Simon is the past vice president of the United Arab Emirates Association of Certified Fraud Examiners chapter.</p>

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