Keeping Business Clean - A CGMA* guide to countering fraud and corruption

This paper highlights some of the recent developments and trends related to anti-corruption and fraud prevention that can help you to champion better business for the long term.

Despite the many advances in awareness movements, legislation and evident public protest, fraud and corruption continue to blight governments, businesses, civil society and wider economies. This briefing highlights some of the recent global developments and trends to useful resources and insights from across the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants and other leading providers of anti-corruption and fraud materials. 
 
The briefing covers the following topics in detail:
  1. An overview of fraud and corruption in the global landscape.
  2. The fight against fraud and corruption.
  3. What are the costs of fraud and corruption?
  4. Key actions in identifying and mitigating fraud and corruption risks.
  5. Spotlight on executive impersonation.
  6. What next? Further resources and information.
 
Beyond the high profile fraud cases, most finance directors are worried about the low level of fraud that affects their organisation. There are eight practical tips from experts to help organisations of all sizes address fraudulent practices:
  • Provide leadership from the top.
  • Identify the key risks
  • Promote an anti-fraud culture
  • Develop effective anti-fraud controls
  • Encourage and nurture whistle-blowers
  • Develop a response plan
  • Harness technology to fight fraud
  • Develop good internal controls
 

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* CGMA - Chartered Global Management Accountant
 
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