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Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and
Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and

Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and Detection by Zabihollah Rezaee, Richard Riley

Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and Detection

Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and Detection epub

Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and Detection Zabihollah Rezaee, Richard Riley ebook
Format: pdf
ISBN: 0470455705, 9780470455708
Page: 332

High profile cases of financial statement fraud have been dominating the news recently, causing people to question the accuracy of the financial information made available by companies. Occupational frauds generally fit into three categories: asset misappropriation Recent high -profile financial statement fraud cases such as Enron, Global Crossings, WorldCom, and Adelphia Communications are examples of how costly this type of fraud can be. It's difficult to remove the need or rationalization elements, so fraud-prevention efforts generally focus on removing the opportunity, as described in a recent blog post The Best Way to Avoid Fraud is to Remove the Opportunity. The financial institution fraud prevention programs prove to be of great use in protecting these institutions in the event of such vulnerability. While a finance committee typically oversees the preparation of the annual budget and reviews the internal financial statements, an audit committee makes sure things are done according to policy and with adequate controls, reviews the annual audited The committee then proactively works with management and the auditors in creating and reviewing the organization's fraud prevention and detection program and ensuring that investigations are undertaken when fraud is suspected. Our team of experienced Preventative forensic accounting services are broken down into two separate categories (Prevention and Detection & Monitoring), which we will go into additional detail on a future post. Burglary, counterfeiting, dishonesty of staffs, robbery, money laundering, forgery and When it comes to the business and tasks of forensic accountants, it can be noted that they are related to deterring, detecting and investigating frauds in financial reporting. Subsequent articles will address particular types of fraud and describe typical fraud schemes as well as means for preventing or detecting such activity. Our expertise lies in preventing and investigating embezzlements and financial statement fraud, evaluating financial statement disclosures in matrimonial and probate concerns, as well as, other types of forensic accounting matters. By the way, while independent auditors are required to design financial statement audits to detect fraud, it is the responsibility of company management to design and implement the systems and controls that can prevent it.

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