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Welcome to Forensically Speaking, a podcast covering fraud, forensic accounting, investigations and technology topics for professionals in the legal, insurance and corporate markets. 

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Crisis Management with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s Global Forensic and Litigation Services group, delves into best practices for businesses and organizations planning for and responding to a sudden emergency crisis situation.

Tone and Conduct from the Top with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s global forensic and litigation services group, discusses what the “tone of conduct from the top” is and how setting this out correctly can help reduce risk and fraud within a company while also maintaining an ethical culture.

Skepticism with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s global forensic and litigation services group, discusses professional skepticism and why it is a primary weapon in the fight against fraud. This episode looks into what professional skepticism really is and what it means today.

Corporate Governance Pt 1 with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s global forensic and litigation services group, discusses Corporate Governance in the first episode of a two part podcast. Part one looks into what defines an effective governance framework and outlines why it is important that companies have one in place.

Corporate Governance Pt 2 with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s global forensic and litigation services group, discusses Corporate Governance in the second episode of a two part podcast. Part one discussed the importance of a good governance framework and outlined some of the key components, this episode discusses the additional factors that should also be considered to be in place.

Investigations with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s global forensic and litigation services group, discusses the typical path of investigations which are broken down into five key pillars: investigation triggers, allegation triage, plan (or planning), the investigation itself and resolve and remediate. 

Freud in Fraud with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s global forensic and litigation services group, discusses the fraud triangle and how this can still be used today to help understand more about white collar criminals and help with anti-fraud efforts.

Collusion and Conflict with Jonathan Marks

On this episode of Forensically Speaking, Jonathan Marks, CPA/CFF, CITP, CGMA, CFE, a partner in Baker Tilly’s global forensic and litigation services group, discusses Collusion, Conflicts and Corruptions in institutions. Jonathan considers how each of these scenarios can occur and impact a business, while also outlining how an employee can act outside of their employment capacity for their own personal benefit which presents various risks for corporations.

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