David discusses mitigating fraud including fraud risk assessment for not-for-profits, anti-fraud controls processes and forensic accounting.

Mitigating Fraud at Not-for-Profit Organizations


David Sumner, a director in EisnerAmper’s Financial Advisory Services Group talks about detecting and responding to fraud at not-for-profits. Useful advice for any type of organization, David discusses the factors that can set the stage for fraud, along with best practices to be proactive as well as how to respond to incidents of fraud should they occur.    


Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to the EisnerAmper podcast series. We're always interested in the latest trends and developments as well as any related business and accounting opportunities and challenges. Today we're looking at detecting and responding to fraud at not for profit organizations. I'm your host, Dave Plaskow, and with us today is David Sumner, a Director in EisnerAmper Financial Advisory Services Group. David has more than 20 years of experience with forensic accounting investigations into allegations of fraud, misconduct, corruption, and theft, as well as evaluating and developing compliance programs for organizations. David, welcome and thanks for being here.
David SumNer: Thanks for having me.

David Sumner is a director in the Financial Advisory Services Group with years of auditing, forensic accounting, financial reporting and internal control design and implementation experience serving clients in a variety of industries..

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