EY launches new book: "Corporate Fraud: The Human Factor"

EY launches new book:

"Corporate Fraud: The Human Factor"

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“In this book we draw on our team’s global experience … to bring the “fraud trail” into sharp focus - and to provide a practical guide for government and business leaders on managing corporate fraud risk.” — David Stulb, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services leader at EY.

Every instance of fraud and corruption leaves a trail which is visible but often unseen until it is too late. By seeing organizations from the fraudsters’ perspective and learning lessons of the past, vulnerabilities can be identified. They can then guide the design of detection mechanisms and response to incidents of fraud and corruption.

Drawing on the practical experiences of over 2,500 fraud investigators across the world, EY’s latest title provides new perspectives to help you identify the “fraud trail’s” many guises. The book offers unique regional insights and commentary on where “following the money” is likely to lead in the future. It is an essential read for board members, general counsel and heads of compliance at major corporates, as well as lawyers specializing in fraud, bribery and corruption.

You can buy a copy at any major bookstore or contact us.