How to find fraud and corruption : recipes for the aspiring fraud detective / by Nigel Iyer
By: Iyer, Nigel.Publisher: Oxon, U.K. : Routledge, 2020Description: xx, 244 p. ; electronic resource.ISBN: 9781138742451.Subject(s): Fraud | Corporate crimeOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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FRAUD AND CORRUPTION MADE SIMPLE: What is a fraud detective and how can I become one? -- Demystifying fraud and corruption -- Turning a problem into an opportunity. RECIPES FOR THE ASPIRING FRAUD DETECTIVE: Three basic examples of recipes to detect red flags -- Thinking like a thief: how to out-think the fraudster and predict where your organization is being defrauded -- Seven classic recipes to discover fraud and corruption -- How to follow the money and find fraud fast. DON'T PANIC: THERE IS ALWAYS A WAY TO RESOLVE THINGS!: What to do when you think you may have found fraud -- Resolving fraud and corruption and restoring normality with minimal panic and maximum humanity -- Good news for management -- The fraud detectives: a true case in point.
Examines how to detect fraud and corruption, advising everyone in an organisation can learn to recognise the tell-tale signs. Looks into the common techniques fraudsters employ, from bribes and money laundering to suppliers who charge too much and customers who take but do not pay.