Dr. Gerald L. Kovacich
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The typical organization loses 5 percent of its annual revenues to occupational fraud. Corporate fraud can take the form of inventory theft, skimming, billing schemes, financial statement fraud, check tampering, payroll fraud, and general corruption—and it costs companies, both big and small, money every day. Fighting Fraud: How to Establish and Manage an Anti-Fraud Program
provides a useful and practical plan for companies of all sizes to reduce these losses.
This practical reference provides an exceptional foundation for security professionals, business executives, and other corporate managers involved in developing and implementing a corporate anti-fraud program as part of a corporate assets protection program. This practitioner’s guide is augmented with the background information that provides perspective on such programs. This approach enables readers to immediately put into place or tailor a useful anti-fraud program under the leadership of the corporate security officer (CSO) or another corporate professional.
- Provides tools to help professionals save their companies money
- Provides a roadmap for developing an anti-fraud program
- Allows security professionals to tailor their anti-fraud program to their own corporate environment
- Explains how fraud costs corporations a competitive edge in the global marketplace.