Corporate Resiliency by Toby J. Bishop
Managing the Growing Risk of Fraud and Corruption

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Corporate Resiliency: Managing the Growing Risk of Fraud and Corruption is written for members of boards of directors and audit committees, senior executives, those who advise or report to them, and those responsible for managing fraud and corruption risks. It describes in plain English terms a proactive fraud and corruption risk management process that can enhance corporate resiliency. The authors provide practical insights and highlight traps to avoid. Quotes from their interviews of business executives provide international perspectives regarding changes in fraud and corruption risks and techniques companies are adopting to deal with them.

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Toby J.F. Bishop, Chicago, IL, is a partner in the Forensic & Dispute Services practice of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP in Chicago. He is a global thought leader in the area of fraud prevention and detection with a special focus on the issue of financial statement fraud. Toby is the former president and chief executive officer of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs), the global professional association of nearly 40,000 antifraud professionals in 125 countries. Frank E. Hydoski, New York, NY, is co-director of the Forensic and Dispute Services practice of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP. Internationally recognized for his work in complex investigations, especially those requiring information technology to facilitate forensic analysis, Frank has guided a number of high profile investigations. As chief of forensics for the committee examining the United Nations Oil-for-Food Program, Frank was responsible for forensic accounting tasks as well as the development of analytical databases designed to combine all available information about contracts and transactions underlying the Program.
Published April 13, 2009 by Wiley. 242 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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