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This unique comprehensive handbook gives you details, tools, and guidance on many areas of fraud prevention and detection including:
This reference is a key tool for controllers responsible for preventing fraud as well as public practitioners who are auditing clients and are exposed to lawsuits if they fail to detect fraud. You will also find guidance on all of these hard-hitting subject areas of interest in one place, like:
In addition, you'll save time and avoid costly oversight with ready-to-use checklists on the companion CD-ROM – in critical areas including risk management, risk financing and computer security.
Annual updates are shipped and billed automatically with a 60-day return policy. Updates are billed at $92.81 each, and $74.24 for AICPA members.
Tracy Coenen is a forensic accountant and fraud investigator with Sequence Inc. in Milwaukee and Chicago.
With a professional background that includes stints in the criminal justice system and at auditing firm Arthur Andersen, Tracy has found her passion in investigating fraud. Tracy investigates cases of embezzlement, financial statement fraud, investment fraud, and insurance fraud. She also works as an expert witness in cases involving damage calculations, commercial contract disputes, and criminal defense. In addition, she serves as an Adjunct Professor at Concordia University – Wisconsin.
Tracy is regularly featured in regional and national business publications, and is an in-demand trainer and authority on fraud prevention for corporations and professional organizations.
Lyn Graham is a consultant in accounting and auditing matters and audit methodology located in Short Hills, New Jersey. With more than 25 years of public accounting experience in audit practice and National policy development groups, he was formerly a Partner and the Director of Audit Policy for BDO Seidman, LLP, and was a National Accounting & SEC Consulting Partner with Coopers & Lybrand. Prior to joining BDO Seidman LLP, Dr. Graham was an Associate Professor of Accounting and Information Systems and a Graduate Faculty Fellow at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey.
For over 35 years, Kroll has helped clients prevent, investigate, and recover from fraud. They specialize in investigation, forensic accounting, and computer forensics. They offer solutions to problems—global, local, or cross-border—from a wide range of services, including corporate internal investigations, intellectual property protection, electronic discovery, litigation support, and government contractor advisory services.