When there is an allegation of fraud that turns into a reality, everyone usually asks the question, “Why wasn’t the
Related party transactions could be a “red flag“, and must be evaluated with the proper skepticism! Perceived opportunities to commit
Compiling a list of thought leaders in ethics and compliance is fun, but so challenging. There are simply too many thoughtful people in this field — which is itself enormous and wide-ranging — to call out everyone worth following. So below is a small slice of the thinkers in corporate ethics and compliance that I try to follow.
October 17, 2018, Today’s General Counsel It’s a mistake to ignore the human element when fighting fraud within a corporation.
Best in class fraud and ethics training customized for you and your organization.
At a minimum, as part of (emphasis added) your overall fraud risk management program, the following key processes/functions should be
Time and again I hear “there is no fraud here…we have great controls and an excellent culture…” If you are
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.
Boards and Audit Committee members this is a public service announcement. You should be really digging in and asking why
The IIA Philadlephia is proud to announce the addition of Chelsea Binns, PhD, Assistant Professor at John Jay College of
“Trust is a professional hazard…verify”
July 2018 Last week I was speaking at an ethics and compliance event in Houston, where one of the other
Anonymous hotlines and tip-reporting structures are useless, of course, if informants don’t trust them. Employees won’t blow the whistle if
In one of his early short stories, F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote: “Let me tell you about the very rich.