Fraud Smart

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 12, 2012 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
A professional guide to developing training for fraud risk and detection

This book provides a simple but effective method of developing a fraud risk awareness strategy that focuses on training employees using a six-stage approach to this task that involves understanding the threat, appreciating respective responsibilities, embracing a sound moral compass, recognizing red flags, mastering suitable internal controls, and managing the risk of fraud. Using this step-by-step approach, all senior executives, managers, employees, and associates can develop an important new skill set that will help them understand and deal with the risk of fraud in the workplace.

 

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Contents

Building Your Fraud Smart Toolkit
79
EMBRACING SOUND ETHICS
91
Implementing Values
101
Whistleblowing
111
Building Your Fraud Smart Toolkit
121
RECOGNIZING RED FLAGS
133
Preface
xi
Why People Slip Up
145
MASTERING SUITABLE CONTROLS
177
Basic Controls
189
Fraud Smart Risk Management
199
Building Your Fraud Smart Toolkit
215
Answers
245
A Wide Range of Threats
13
The Global Scene
25
Building Your Fraud Smart Toolkit
35

Recognizing Red Flags
153
Building Your Fraud Smart Toolkit
163
APPRECIATING RESPECTIVE
47
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KH Spencer Pickett has an international reputation as a leading author on the subject of internal auditing and specializes in the development of E-learning resources. Please see www.businesscontrolstraining.co.uk for further details.

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