Fraud and Related Party Transactions

Related party transactions could be a “red flag“, and must be evaluated with the proper skepticism! Perceived opportunities to commit

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DOJ Refines Monitorship Policies

Ultimately, a monitor should benefit the company, its employees, shareholders, and the public by effectively furthering the goal of preventing and detecting future misconduct.

Fraud Tip Friday: How Tight is Your Grip on Cash?

The treasurer of one of the largest oil companies in the United States recently learned the internal controls over the

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FCPA – Cash, Bribes, and the “Four Eyes Principle”

At a minimum, as part of (emphasis added) your overall fraud risk management program, the following key processes/functions should be

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Putting the Freud in Fraud – Part Two

While we can’t get into the mind of the white collar criminal, we can take a closer look at high-profile individuals who have perpetrated massive fraud at corporations and instances of fraud identified in practice, as well as some research, to help is identify a pattern of similar behavioral elements common to white-collar crooks and cultural elements common to their environments.

FCPA – “A Better Life, a Better World” Well Maybe Not Yet for Panasonic Avionics

Panasonic Avionics, a subsidiary of Panasonic, based in Lake Forest, California, designs and distributes in-flight entertainment systems and global communications

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Compliance 101: Defining a Control

July 2018 Last week I was speaking at an ethics and compliance event in Houston, where one of the other

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