Category: Internal Controls

The F word – Is that invoice genuine?

The F word – Is that invoice genuine?

Procurement fraud is one of the oldest frauds that both public and private companies encounter. In its simplest terms, a favor or advantage is given in exchange for something in return. But how do you know if it’s happening in your company? Join Forensic Restitution on August 20th at 1 pm (Toronto time) for this […]

The F Word- Tender Fraud

The F Word- Tender Fraud

Tender fraud occurs in public and private sector organizations across multiple industries. But how do you know if it’s happening in your company? Join Forensic Restitution on August 13th at 1pm (Toronto time) for this week’s F-Word topic on Tender fraud and learn from the experts about how to identify the red flags and what […]

The F Word- Managing client expectations throughout a fraud case

The F Word- Managing client expectations throughout a fraud case

You owe your client the best service possible, but the outcome may not always be the desired result. Join Forensic Restitution on August 6th at 1 pm (Toronto time) for this week’s topic on “Managing client expectations throughout a fraud case” This topic will be presented by David Debenham, President of the Association of Certified […]

The ‘F’ Word – Fraud from a Victims Perspective

The ‘F’ Word – Fraud from a Victims Perspective

Dear Jane Doe (The victim and perpetrator’s names changed to protect the guilty!) is a bright, successful businesswoman. How did she become a victim of fraud? Join Forensic Restitution this Thursday, 30th July, at 1 pm (Toronto time) for this week’s topic: fraud from a victim’s perspective. In this 30-minute open discussion led by Tamara […]

The Lack of Internal Controls and the trusted employee

The Lack of Internal Controls and the trusted employee

James had recently moved departments. His excellent administration skills and previous sales performance earned him the promotion and was viewed as well-deserved. His manager also believed that the resulting salary adjustment would be beneficial to him, seeing that he was in the midst of a divorce that left him in a financially vulnerable position. The […]

The Lack of Internal Controls and the trusted employee

James had recently moved departments. His excellent administration skills and previous sales performance earned him the promotion and was viewed as well-deserved. His manager also believed that the resulting salary adjustment would be beneficial to him, seeing that he was in the midst of a divorce that left him in a financially vulnerable position. The […]

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