International Fraud Handbook (ACFE Series)

International Fraud Handbook (ACFE Series)

By: Joseph T. Wells (author)Hardback

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Description

The essential resource for fraud examiners around the globe The International Fraud Handbook provides comprehensive guidance toward effective anti-fraud measures around the world. Written by the founder and chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), this book gives examiners a one-stop resource packed with authoritative information on cross-border fraud investigations, examination methodology, risk management, detection, prevention, response, and more, including new statistics from the ACFE 2018 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse that reveal the prevalence and real-world impact of different types of fraud. Examples and detailed descriptions of the major types of fraud demonstrate the various manifestations examiners may encounter in organizations and show readers how to spot the red flags and develop a robust anti-fraud program. In addition, this book includes jurisdiction-specific information on the anti-fraud environment for more than 35 countries around the globe. These country-focused discussions contributed by local anti-fraud experts provide readers with the information they need when conducting cross-border engagements, including applicable legal and regulatory requirements, the types and sources of information available when investigating fraud, foundational anti-fraud frameworks, cultural considerations, and more. The rising global economy brings both tremendous opportunity and risks that are becoming increasingly difficult to manage. As a result, many jurisdictions are attempting to strengthen their anti-fraud environments whether through stricter anti-bribery laws or more stringent risk management guidelines but a lack of uniformity in legal rules and guidance can be challenging for organizations doing business abroad. This book helps examiners mitigate fraud in their own organizations, while taking the necessary steps to prevent potential legal exposure. Understand the different types of fraud, their common elements, and their impacts across an organization Conduct a thorough risk assessment and implement effective response and control activities Learn the ACFE s standard investigation methodology for domestic and cross-border fraud investigations Explore fraud trends and region-specific information for countries on every continent As levels of risk increase and the risks themselves become more complex, the International Fraud Handbook gives examiners a robust resource for more effective prevention and detection.

About Author

DR. JOSEPH T. WELLS, CFE, CPA, is the founder and Chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). His landmark research in fraud detection and deterrence has earned him induction into the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' Business and Industry Hall of Fame, and he has been named to Accounting Today's list of the Top 100 Most Influential People nine times.

Contents

Preface Acknowledgments About the ACFE Part I Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Legal Issues Pertaining to Fraud Chapter 3 Fraud Risk Assessment Chapter 4 Preventing and Detecting Fraud Chapter 5 Fraud Investigation Chapter 6 Interviewing Witnesses and Suspects Part II Chapter 7 Asia-Pacific Region Chapter 8 Canada Chapter 9 Eastern Europe and Western/Central Asia Chapter 10 Latin America and the Caribbean Chapter 11 Middle East and North Africa Chapter 12 Southern Asia Chapter 13 Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter 14 United States Chapter 15 Western Europe Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781118728505
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 416
  • ID: 9781118728505
  • weight: 666
  • ISBN10: 1118728505

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