Fraud Prevention: Setting the Tone at the Top
Tone at the top is one of the most important components of an organization’s control environment. Setting the wrong tone at the top can lead an organization and its employees on the path to fraud. A current case example is the Wells Fargo Scandal.
FRAUD WEEK ARTICLES
- Tone at the Top
- Fraudulent Disbursements - Billing Schemes
- Recognizing and Preventing Identity Theft
- When Your Reputation Gets Short-Circuited
- When To Conduct a Fraud Risk Assessment
- Fraud Risk Assessments: A Key Tool for Organizations, Forensic Accountants and Internal Auditors
- Workplace Fraud – Limiting Opportunity
- Can You Trust the Trustee?
- Tips Still Top the List of Fraud Detection Methods
- Fraud Detection – Why, How and When
- The Financial Cost of Occupational Fraud on Business
- Overcoming Expense Reimbursement Fraud