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October 23, 2010


ACFE Fraud Survey – Importance of Training Programs

by jparker

According to the recent fraud survey conducted by Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the most effective fraud prevention tactics were “non-accounting controls” such as hotlines and training and support programs for both employees and managers.  The human factor also played a significant role in the discover of fraud.  The most common method of catching a fraudster is a tip-off.  In fact, tips expose fraud three times as often as do management reviews, internal audits, and account reconciliations.

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  1. Paul
    Dec 8 2010

    It’s funny how we read these facts from the 2010 Report to the Nations from ACFE and don’t think of the societal aspect of it. I read a great post on the report earlier, so I figured I’d share. Thanks for the post.

  2. Jan 6 2011

    The facts are to be true. However, there is not any statistical data that shows the how much fraudulent activity prevented by internal audit departments.


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