• Fraud Triangle Not Good Enough
    Playing Offense in a High-risk Environment Audit | Tax | Advisory | Risk | Performance The Unique Alternative to the Big Four ® Playing Offense in a High-risk Environment “Today’s fraudster is clever and operates in an environment ripe for criminal activity. Economic unrest is mak...
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  • The Fraud Triangle
    One of the older and more basic concepts in fraud deterrence and detection is the fraud triangle. The fraud triangle is also known as Cressey’s Triangle, or Cressey’s Fraud Triangle. Cressey’s Fraud Triangle gets its name from Donald Cressey. Cressey was one of the “nations leading expert...
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  • Fraud Triangle
    AC572 You Decide Jan. 24, 2011 When evaluating this case using the three elements of the fraud triangle I have concluded that the potential pressures for Chris to commit fraud are greater than for others. The pressure is from Chris himself because he wants what others have or what he doesn’...
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  • Fraud Triangle
    Discussion Topic #1 The fraud Triangle is a very important tool in seeking to understand why people commit fraud. In the examination of any fraud case according to the Fraud triangle there are three major elements, pressure, opportunity and rationalization. To illustrate the relevance of these thre...
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  • Fraud Triangle
    Memorandum to the File Date: From: Re: The Scott Rothstein Ponzi Scheme Introduction Scott Rothstein was a prominent Fort Lauderdale attorney. From 2004 until 2009 Rothstein ran South Florida’s largest Ponzi scheme (Franceschina, 2010). His Ponzi scheme collected 1.2 billion dollar...
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  • Fraud Triangle paper
    Real Housewife of New Jersey Or Criminal of Fraud The TV series “Real Housewives of New Jersey” super star Teresa Giudice and husband Joe have been accused of more than 39 counts of Fraud. The Fraud accounts range from mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements on loan...
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  • THE NEW FRAUD TRIANGLE MODEL
    Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences (JETEMS) 3(3): 191-195 © Scholarlink Research Institute Journals, 2012 (ISSN: 2141-7024) jetems.scholarlinkresearch.org Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences (JETEMS) 3(3):191-195 (ISSN:2141-7024)...
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  • Enron Fraud Paper
    Sarbanes-Oxley i The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 This paper is a deeper look into The Sarbanes-Oxley of 2002. SOX is often covered quickly in many classes, being summarized as simply putti...
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  • Using Modified Altman, Chanos, Beneish; Examine Enron Corporation for 1997, 1998, 2000 & 2001 Show as to How Early Financial Fraud Could Be Identified
    Using Modified Altman, Chanos, Beneish; Examine Enron Corporation for 1997, 1998, 2000 & 2001 show as to how early financial fraud could be identified Introduction The history of Enron corporation can be traced to the 1930s when the Northern Natural Gas Company, was formed in order to transpor...
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  • Organizational Fraud
    ORGANIZATIONAL FRAUD [pic] Submitted by: Amit Goel(amigoel@gmail.com) Mohit Goel Executive Summary For many organizations, “getting it right” or “getting it wrong” is a matter of survival. This study talks about the issues like, ‘organisational fraud’, ‘ethics’ & ‘emp...
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  • Enron Case Scandal
    [pic] The Enron Accounting Scandal Group Members: ▪ Vaibhav Ambradkar - MMS 802 ▪ Bharatkumar Chhajer - MMS 809 ▪ Kishor Dalal – MMS 813...
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  • Fraud Detection and Prevention
    Running head: FRAUD DETECTION & PREVENTION Fraud Detection and Prevention: A System of Safeguards Melanie Zimmerman Davenport University November 4, 2009 Abstract The information found within was researched specifically for a client consultation. Due to the prevalence of accountin...
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  • The Sinking of Enron
    Since the fall of the Enron Empire we have witnessed many instances of “big business” failures in the public and private sector. For example, there are the recent government bailouts of entities such as AIG, Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac. There was the collapse of Countrywide Financial, Lehman Bro...
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  • Analysis of the Causes and Measures of Curbing Fraud in the Banking Sector
    ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSES AND MEASURES OF CURBING FRAUD IN THE BANKING SECTOR. BY ESSIEN NSIKAK U. A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, COVENANT UNIVERSITY, OTA. IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELO...
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  • Enron Final Project
    AC572ON Accounting Fraud Concepts You Decide 1 Abstract: This report is about the infamous investor named Berna...
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  • Rise and Fall of Enron
    The rise and fall of Enron is a company that was lead to its own demise by it’s own leadership and ill business decisions. The motivational theories explained from the readings of Organization Behavior can correlate with the failure of Enron’s internal organization. Even though a company may app...
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  • Fraud Auditing and Different Type of Fraud
    Fraud Auditing and Different type of fraud Introduction Over the years, the role of auditors become increasingly important especially in a capitalist economy as the process of wealth creation and political stability depends heavily upon confidence in processes of accountability and how well the ex...
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  • Jeffrey Skilling of Enron: Leading a Corporate Cukt
    Enron was a company that fully intended to dominate the world market but instead magnificently crashed and burned as the largest corporate failure in global history. What is seldom acknowledged is that Enron had a comprehensive, state-of-the-art and award winning management control and governance sy...
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  • Expectation Gap and Corporate Fraud
    Expectation Gap and Corporate Fraud: Is Public Opinion Reconcilable with Auditors’ Duties? Jeffrey Cohena, Yuan Dingb, Cédric Lesagec,* and Hervé Stolowyc b Carroll School of Management at Boston College, USA China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Shanghai, China c HEC Paris,...
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  • Fraud
    Far Eastern University Institute of Accounts, Business, and Finance Internal Auditing Theory and Practice “Fraud Risk and Control” Written Report: Hand-outs for Collaborative Discussion (Students’ copy) Cabilos, Diana Jean M. Gabriel, Ainah A....
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