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A Practical Guide To Performing Fraud Risk Assessments

by: Mary Breslin

All organizations face fraud risk. Understanding how to properly identify and assess potential fraud risk helps a business develop and implement an effective fraud program that can reduce the associated potential financial, reputation and organization risks.

The ability for an organization to prevent and detect fraud begins with the ability to identify and assess potential fraud risks for their organization.

This book will help organizations and individuals learn and develop the skills necessary to help drive, implement and execute an effective Fraud Risk Assessment as part of an overall Fraud Risk Program through the use of case studies, best practices and effective tools and templates.