The vast majority of fraud is committed by business insiders who develop sophisticated schemes that exploit corporate weak points. Chris Mines is joined by Jim Bridges, a seasoned anti-financial crime practitioner. They discuss how firms can use internal audit procedures to navigate complex situations and how internal communication can be the first line of fraud defence.
Some of the topics covered in this course include:
The dangers of technology-enabled fraud
How internal audit can help multinational companies
Why detection procedures need to be robust
Assessing examples in the United States, South Africa, and Scotland
An overview of fraudster motivations and more!
Field of Study: Auditing
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The Search for Fraud and the Power of Internal Auditing58m 5s
Review Questions5 questions
Final Exam8 questions
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