An accountant with 20 years’ tenure bleeds a nonprofit dry.
A banker’s fraud scheme is caught when he takes a day off.
A part-time caregiver defrauds an elderly owner of a working farm.
A charismatic fraudster drains a physicians’ practice for more than 20 years.
A bank client comes to regret their close relationship with a bank officer.
John Gill, J.D., CFE, ACFE VP of Education, speaks with Lisa Lawler, founder of the White-Collar Wives Project. Lawler discusses how her husband’s fraud affected her and her family, and how it led to her creating a place for wives to turn for advice and support.
In this episode of Fraud Talk, Emily Wilson, CFE, Vice President of Research at Terbium Labs and upcoming keynote speaker at the 30th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, discusses the dark web and what fraud examiners should know about this mysterious, misunderstood part of the internet.
Challenges in the Executive Design of Compensation and Incentives - Fraud Talk - Moody Wagner - Episode 77
In this episode, Dr. Alexander Wagner, associate professor of finance at the University of Zurich and upcoming keynote speaker at the ACFE Fraud Conference Europe, describes the roles incentives play in the decision-making of employees and organizations.
In this month's episode, Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA, ACFE President and CEO, and Mandy Moody, CFE, ACFE Content Manager, discuss the top five most scandalous frauds of 2018 and what they each mean to the anti-fraud profession.