Organizations are under increasing scrutiny regarding ethical lapses and allegations of fraud. Fiscal year 2018 was a record-breaking year for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s whistleblower program, as more and more individuals have been coming forward with allegations of impropriety. Come learn how to use continuous auditing and monitoring in the fight against fraud – or help improve your compliance program!
Stuffed animals, loose bricks in basement walls, mattresses, caves, hollow tree trunks, holes in the ground, and safe deposit boxes have provided hiding spots.
Today, hiding assets may be a much more sophisticated endeavor, often involving investments, banks, and overseas financial transactions.
Investigators should consider using a defined process to pursue matters that involve a search for hidden assets and illegal payments.
If you think Good Tone or Conduct from the Top means you have an ethical environment, guess again! Some of your people are up to
Corruption can take many forms, but its root cause could and often does include a conflict of interest of some sort and possibly collusion. OECD
Investigation Roundtable on January 23, 2019, in Center City Philadelphia
As My good friend Robert Mainardi says, “When presented with any new technique, approach, or methodology, there is always the temptation to jump right in