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Financial Crime Investigation and Control - K. H. Spencer Pickett

Financial Crime Investigation and Control


Published: 24th April 2002
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The indispensable guide to detecting and solving financial crime in the office<br> <br> Low-level financial crimes are a fact of life in the modern workplace. Individually these crimes are rarely significant enough to warrant the hiring of professional investigators, but if left unchecked, small crimes add up to big losses. In companies without dedicated fraud investigators, detecting and solving low-level crimes generally falls to managers and internal auditors. Financial Crime Investigation and Control offers tips, tools, and techniques to help professionals who lack investigative experience stem the tide of small financial crimes before it becomes a tsunami.<br> <br> Inside you'll find expert guidance on investigating and uncovering common types of fraud, including:<br> * Credit card fraud<br> * Consumer fraud<br> * Kickbacks<br> * Bid rigging<br> * Inflated invoices<br> * Inventory theft<br> * Theft of cash<br> * Travel and subsistence claims<br> * Check fraud<br> * ID fraud<br> * Ghost employees<br> * Misappropriation schemes<br> * Computer-related crime<br> * Financial statement fraud

"and there's even a category for sundry frauds." (Strategic Finance, August 2002)

One: Why Financial Crime?

Two: An Action Model.

Three: Ethics at Work.

Four: Whistleblowing and Detection.

Five: The Fraud Response Plan.

Six: Investigations.

Seven: Integrated Fraud Risk Management.

Appendix A: Forensic Statement Analysis.

Appendix B: An Introduction to Data Mining as aFraud Risk Management Tool.


ISBN: 9780471203353
ISBN-10: 0471203351
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 274
Published: 24th April 2002
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.72 x 16.15  x 2.31
Weight (kg): 0.58
Edition Number: 1