THE MUST–HAVE GUIDE TO FRAUD AND EFFECTIVE COUNTER–STRATEGIES AROUND THE WORLD
The rise of the global economy brings both opportunity and risk, and the risks are becoming increasingly difficult to manage. Fraud exists everywhere, and as technology grows more sophisticated, so do the crimes. Business operations routinely reach across borders, and though countries around the world are implementing stricter anti–fraud measures, little uniformity exists.
The International Fraud Handbook offers comprehensive guidance for developing a robust anti–fraud program anywhere in the world. Opening with a primer on the types of fraud and their impact and prevalence, this book provides expert insight on risk assessment, incident response, and control measures, including the standard investigation methodology used by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Information gathered from actual fraud examiners in the field provides nation–specific details on the foundational anti–fraud frameworks, cultural considerations, regulatory requirements, investigation considerations, and other critical factors cross–border engagements entail, helping examiners navigate the uneven complexities of transnational activities.
Providing a clear handbook for both domestic and international anti–fraud strategy, this book is an invaluable resource for examiners, auditors, controllers, or anyone tasked with protecting their organization against fraud.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Legal Issues Pertaining to Fraud
Chapter 3 Fraud Risk Assessment
Chapter 4 Preventing and Detecting Fraud
Chapter 5 Fraud Investigation
Chapter 6 Interviewing Witnesses and Suspects
Chapter 7 Asia–Pacific Region
Chapter 8 Canada
Chapter 9 Eastern Europe and Western/Central Asia
Chapter 10 Latin America and the Caribbean
Chapter 11 Middle East and North Africa
Chapter 12 Southern Asia
Chapter 13 Sub–Saharan Africa
Chapter 14 United States
Chapter 15 Western Europe