An environment for fraud: with jail not yet a distant memory, Walter
Pavlo recounts the decisions that led him to hide MCI's bad-debt
expenses and embezzle millions.
J. Mike Jacka. Internal Auditor 61.2 (April 2004):
Running head: FRAUD RISK ASSESSMENT
Fraud Risk Assessment
FRAUD RISK ASSESSMENT
This weeks discussion focused on the red flags which are markers of fraud and identifying
red flags specific to certain types of fraud. The article
Running head: FRAUD ONLINE
Internet Safety: Fraud Online
Forensic accounting focuses significantly on internal controls and the detection of internal
fraud. This is a very important function for the financial prote
Uncooking the Books: How Three Unlikely Sleuths Discovered Fraud at WorldCom
WorldCom is under investigation by the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Scott Sullivan, WorldCom'
Will history repeat itself?
Sweeping reforms passed in 2002 altered business practices worldwide. But have things
really changed? Could the floodwaters of fraud precipitate another corporate meltdown?
THE MASSIVE FRAUDS AT
Why didnt our auditors find the fraud?
By Tracy L. Coenen
Jan. 25, 2006
Companies and organizations that are hit with employee fraud, including
embezzlement, asset misappropriation, and financial statement manipulation are
often surprised that the inciden
Why Ask? You Ask
Because its part of your joband it may uncover fraud.
BY JOSEPH T. WELLS
Financial statement frauds, the bane of the auditing profession, come in different forms. But, from studying
hundreds of fraud cases, we can learn a great deal that
Lapping up the profits: deficient controls enable an accounting
director to fleece approximately US $350,000.
(Mogel Inc.'s Stefan Winkler).Andi McNeal. Internal Auditor 63.6 (Dec 2006): p85(3). (1531 words)
Lack of appropriate
procedures for handling
complaints nearly deters a
reporting suspected fraud.
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It’s Never Too Late
LAIRE HAD BEEN WORKING AT AN
engineering ﬁrm for ﬁve years as an elec-
trical engineer when s
Boston.com THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
The Boston Globe
THE INSIDE JOB
The boss thought she was the hardest-working person on his payroll. Maybe she
was. It's not easy building-and hiding-an e
How to Nab the Rogues: 10 Fraud Tips
Why the risk of wrongdoing has migrated from senior executives to middle management and what to do
David M. Katz, CFO.com | US, January 30, 2008
With recession looming larger with each passing day, fraud
The Equity Funding Corp. of America Scandal
There's fraud, and then there's the Equity Funding scandal.
The fraud at Equity Funding Corp. of America ranks as a landmark event in the history of
cooking the books. In 1972, the seller of mutual funds and ins
Running head: MORTGAGE FRAUD
It is a common complaint expressed by the current generation coming of age that they are
misunderstood by the previous generations, just as previous generations are woe