Corporate Fraud


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Summary

Using real-life examples, Andrew Brown’s book provides practical advice to anyone responsible for dealing with fraud on how they can reduce the risk of being a victim of fraud.

ISBN:  978-1-907214-22-6
Published:  30/09/2010
Format:  Paperback, 200 pages
Price: €40.00   
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Description

Product type:  
Book
Category:  
Audit and assurance, Governance, risk and legal, Practice and business improvement
Who is this for:  Members in Business
Edition:  1st
Copyright date:  30/09/2010
Weight:   0.326 kg
Dimension:  156 mm X 234 mm
Fraud, Corporate Fraud, Fraud in Business, Business Fraud

Fraud represents a significant risk for all organisations. In this book, Andrew Brown, an experienced fraud investigator, draws on his experience to help the reader understand:

  • How much fraud there is and why it happens.
  • What can be done to reduce the risk of fraud.
  • How to respond if fraud is suspected.

Using real-life examples, the book provides practical advice to anyone responsible for dealing with fraud on how they can reduce the risk of being a victim of fraud.

Contents

Part I Understanding Corporate Fraud

  1. What is Corporate Fraud?
  2. How Much Corporate Fraud Is There?
  3. Why Does Fraud Happen?
  4. The Impact of Corporate Fraud

Part II Preventing Corporate Fraud

  1. An Introduction to Preventing Corporate Fraud
  2. Using Accounting Controls to Reduce the Risk of Fraud
  3. Improving the Ethical Culture
  4. Proactive Fraud Prevention Using Data Analysis

Part III Investigating Corporate Fraud

  1. Day One – What to do When You Suspect Fraud
  2. Devising an Investigation Plan
  3. Documentary and Electronic Evidence
  4. Conducting Interviews to Gather
  5. Evidence
  6. Concluding the Investigation
  7. Closure

For further information, contact publishing@charteredaccountants.ie or telephone on (+353) 01 637 7204

The Author

Andrew Brown was a Director at Grant Thornton UK LLP. He was previously a Director with Deloitte's Forensic and Dispute Services practice in Ireland. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in the UK where he first specialised in the area of Forensic Accounting, before moving to Ireland in 2001 to continue that work. Andrew is one of the most experienced fraud investigators in the country and has been involved in actions leading to the conviction of individuals for offences of theft and false accounting. This has included giving evidence in the Irish, UK and US courts.