Fraud Risk Management: Who, why, what, where, when and HOW?

January 23, 2013 by Bonnie D. Graham

Fraud. It’s 2013. Surely by now we’ve figured out how to catch the bad guys and gals. “Not”, say our experts:

Jonathan Middup: “Corporate fraud is most often a product of good people in bad circumstances. Depending on those circumstances, we could all be fraudsters.”

Jonathan E. Turner: “Over the past 15 years we’ve made great strides in understanding fraud, increasing technology-based tools, and created focused legislation – yet fraud losses are increasing and fraud schemes go longer before detection…Even though we have better tools, fraudsters do, too, and they are pulling ahead.”

Michael Rasmusssen: “Business today is like the Titanic.”

Rod Brennan: “The growing demand by stakeholders of financial and non-financial reporting for more real or near-real time reporting will drive the rapid adoption of automated assurance and monitoring in all organizations.”

Norman Marks: “Manage fraud like never before.”

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