How to be a Successful Frauditor: A Practical Guide to Investigating Fraud in the Workplace for Internal Auditors and Managers
• The linguist who was lost for words
• Doctoring the suits at the hospital
• A magician at work
• Corporate credit cards for cops
Readable, and written to de-bunk the mysteries of fraud investigation, this book includes interactive case studies to develop the reader’s skills in effective fraud detection and investigation.
PART I UNDERSTANDING FRAUD.
1 Fraud overview.
2 Fraud basics.
PART II PLANNING AND MANAGING.
3 Planning a fraud investigation.
4 Managing the investigation.
5 Gathering and using intelligence and evidence.
PART III INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES.
6 Using analysts to support the investigation.
7 Technology that aids fraud investigation.
8 Considering covert surveillance.
9 Fraud interviewing techniques.
10 Advanced techniques.
PART IV FRAUD TYPES.
11 Catching your crooked contractor.
12 The danger that is a Trojan fraudster.
13 Dealing with high-volume, low-value frauds.
14 Pay and pension frauds.
PART V GETTING THE RIGHT RESULT.
15 Dealing with the law.
16 Dos and don’ts of preparing for civil litigation.
PART VI FRAUD IN CONTEXT.
17 Fraud awareness.
18 So, now you’re a fraud-finder too?
19 Fraud trends.
20 Conclusions and way forward.
A Are you a fraudfinder?
B Red Book 2.
C Fraud risk wheel (the ‘wheel of misfortune’).
D Audit Commission Toolkit.
E Summary of modules in the CIPFA Certificate in Investigative Practice.
F Formulae and table to assist advanced techniques.
G Detecting abuse in credit card transactions by Richard Kusnierz.