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Preventing fraud is a matter of law. Companies subject to Sarbanes-Oxley have been required to implement “antifraud programs and controls” that are evaluated regularly. The risk of fraud can be reduced through a sound combination of prevention, deterrence, and detection measures. However, fraud can be difficult to detect because it often involves concealment through falsifi Preventing fraud is a matter of law. Companies subject to Sarbanes-Oxley have been required to implement “antifraud programs and controls” that are evaluated regularly. The risk of fraud can be reduced through a sound combination of prevention, deterrence, and detection measures. However, fraud can be difficult to detect because it often involves concealment through falsification of documents or collusion among management, employees, or third parties. Drawing on many years as a practitioner and consultant to numerous companies in public accounting, controllership, internal audit management and risk/performance management, author Nicholas Stevens infuses Fraud Internal Controls with his wealth of experience and knowledge. Instead of reinventing the wheel, your company can use this guide to quickly and effectively implement a successful program of internal controls. In addition to the Antifraud program, the handbook provides over 120 unique control examples broken up into various Processes and Sub-Processes.


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Preventing fraud is a matter of law. Companies subject to Sarbanes-Oxley have been required to implement “antifraud programs and controls” that are evaluated regularly. The risk of fraud can be reduced through a sound combination of prevention, deterrence, and detection measures. However, fraud can be difficult to detect because it often involves concealment through falsifi Preventing fraud is a matter of law. Companies subject to Sarbanes-Oxley have been required to implement “antifraud programs and controls” that are evaluated regularly. The risk of fraud can be reduced through a sound combination of prevention, deterrence, and detection measures. However, fraud can be difficult to detect because it often involves concealment through falsification of documents or collusion among management, employees, or third parties. Drawing on many years as a practitioner and consultant to numerous companies in public accounting, controllership, internal audit management and risk/performance management, author Nicholas Stevens infuses Fraud Internal Controls with his wealth of experience and knowledge. Instead of reinventing the wheel, your company can use this guide to quickly and effectively implement a successful program of internal controls. In addition to the Antifraud program, the handbook provides over 120 unique control examples broken up into various Processes and Sub-Processes.

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