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Fraud risk management: A guide to good practice

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1 January 2008
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Fraud risk management: A guide to good practice

This guide to good practice is based on the work of CIMA’s Fraud and Risk Management Working Group established as part of the Institute’s response to the problem of fraud. It includes information on many changes in the legal environment and governance agenda, and is aimed at tackling the ongoing problem of fraud. The guide starts by defining fraud and giving an overview of the extent of fraud, its causes and its effects. The initial chapters of the guide also set out the legal environment with respect to fraud, corporate governance requirements and general risk management principles. The guide goes on to discuss the key components of an anti-fraud strategy and outlines methods for preventing, detecting and responding to fraud. A number of case studies are included throughout the guide to support the text, demonstrating real life problems that fraud presents and giving examples of actions organisations are taking to fight fraud.

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