Fraud Examiners Manual

ISBN: 1889277010
Size: 18.17 MB
Format: PDF
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The 2007 Fraud Examiners Manual (Canadian Edition) is a comprehensive guide that fully explains the latest information on fraud examination techniques, methods, and procedures. More than three-quarters of the CFE Examination is drawn directly from the Fraud Examiners Manual. The 2007 Canadian Edition incorporates and explores the significance of recent legislation and the direct impact it has on you. Numerous chapters have been added or revised, integrating new developments in the field of fraud prevention and detection.

Financial Investigations

Publisher: Accents Publications Service
ISBN: UCR:31210024820886
Size: 13.83 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This packet contains a textbook, an instructor's guide, and a student workbook for a course on conducting financial investigations to detect and solve crimes. The topics covered in the 11 chapters of the textbook and the ancillaries are the following: (1) why financial investigation?; (2) laws related to financial crimes; (3) evidence; (4) sources of information; (5) financial institutions as sources of information; (6) tracing the movement of money through a business; (7) tracing funds using the direct method of proof; (8) tracing funds using indirect methods of proof; (9) planning, conducting, and recording an interview; (10) investigative techniques; and (11) money laundering and forfeitures. The text also contains responses to end-of-chapter questions, a glossary, and two appendixes listing selected sources of information and American Bankers Association numbers of cities and states and Federal Reserve districts. The instructor's guide provides materials for each chapter, including preparation requirements, instructor notes and presentation outline, and an appendix containing exercise feedback sheets, case studies, role-play scenarios, chapter transparencies, and supplemental chapter information. The guide also includes a bank of tests and quizzes. The student workbook contains supporting and supplemental materials to the textbook content including: introductions to each of the chapters, individual and group skill exercises, information sheets, case studies, and worksheets. (KC)

Financial Investigations

Author: Don Vogel
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 0788143514
Size: 14.13 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A course developed by the IRS Criminal Investigation for colleges, universities & students who have expressed an interest in learning more about financial investigations. The purpose of this course is twofold: first, to encourage young men & women to consider law enforcement as an enriching career & second, to bring to the reader's attention the serious & sometimes evil crimes that are motivated by money & greed. Contents: evidence, sources of information, financial institutions as sources of information, tracing the movement of money through a business, investigative techniques, money laundering & forfeitures, & much more.

Executive Roadmap To Fraud Prevention And Internal Control

Author: Martin T. Biegelman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471779674
Size: 17.44 MB
Format: PDF
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Praise for Executive Roadmap to Fraud Prevention and Internal Control "Our nation is faced with dual alarming trends of record highs in white-collar crime and seemingly record lows in ethics. The solution cannot be left only to legislators, regulators, and law enforcement. It requires the attention of all of us in business to create a culture of compliance. This new book by Martin Biegelman and Joel Bartow is an invaluable resource to achieving the highest levels of compliance." --Kenneth J. Hunter, former chief postal inspector and former president & CEO of the Council of Better Business Bureaus "This is a timely and thought-provoking addition to fraud and risk management literature. For seasoned executives who are navigating the maze of compliance, legislative requirements, and increasingly sophisticated criminal activity, this book will be a frequent reference and guide. Neophyte managers will gain years of insight and direction that can only benefit their organizations. Academics, both faculty and students, will learn from the authors' ability to apply theory to high-level practice." --Gary R. Gordon, EdD, Professor of Economic Crime Management and Executive Director, Economic Crime Institute of Utica College "All executives need to protect themselves and their organizations from the potentially catastrophic damage fraud can cause, both financially and reputationally. This new book is a very clear and practical guide to achieving that goal." --Toby J. F. Bishop, President and Chief Executive Officer, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners "This book is a must-read for anyone eager to understand--and prevent--the toxic mix of temptations that can destroy a company's reputation overnight. The authors, both seasoned former fraud investigators, bring a unique, clear-eyed perspective to the topic of corporate fraud. They have seen it all, and their book is an invaluable reference for senior management, compliance executives, in-house lawyers, and anyone else who cares about corporate integrity." --Leslie R. Caldwell, Partner, Morgan Lewis & Bockius former director, U.S. Department of Justice Enron Task Force "Excellent resource! A great guide for corporate management in the post-Enron world." --Karen A. Popp, Partner, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP and former associate counsel to President Bill Clinton and former federal prosecutor

101 Faqs About Becoming An Accountant

Author: Caitlind L. Alexander
Publisher: Learning Island
Size: 12.29 MB
Format: PDF
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Have you ever thought about what it would really be like to be an accountant? What kind of training do you need? What will it be like on the job? What kind of jobs can you get? Is accounting the right career for you? This book is intended to answer those questions and many more. Many people go into the field of accounting without fully understanding the demands of the career. Many also spend four or more years studying accounting, only to find that it is not the career for them, or that the field will not fully accept them due to elements in their previous life. There is nothing worse than watching someone complete a full accounting course of study, only to find out that the DUI that they got as an 18-year old prevents them from getting the job they just spent 6 years training for! Accounting is a highly competitive field. The decisions you make before you begin your career can be just as important, if not more so, than the decisions you make at the beginning of your career. The school you study at, the courses you take, your grades, and even your extra-curricular activities can determine whether you start your career at a top agency or at a smaller firm. The larger and more prestigious the firm you begin your career at, the greater your opportunities, and your salary, can be for the remainder of your accounting career. Before you consider an accounting career, read the FAQs in this book, and their answers. This book can help you decide if an accounting career is right for you, and if so, how to best prepare yourself for success.