We write about our know-how: the modus operandi of fraudsters. Most of the content here cannot be found in textbooks or blogs – or indeed anywhere else. Why?
Because we can offer glimpses into the virtually impenetrable worlds of the fraudsters. Naturally, our work is based exclusively on our own studies. The work we do for our clients is strictly confidential, and will remain so.
Warning signals for beginners. Wirecard
- Neglected risk factors
- Top 20 warning signals
- Lessons learnt
Recognise anomalies. Top 6 Warning Signals
- Abnormal Behaviour
- Warning signals in data
- Top risk factors
8 Assessment Criteria. Fraud Prevention
- Mechanisms for early detection
- Fraud Risk Assessments
- Effective prevention
How to conduct forensic interviews. Forensic Interview
- Forensic interview techniques
- Credibility & authenticity
- How is it documented?
Pinpoint employees who are at risk. Profile for fraudsters
- Profile of a fraudster
- Special personality features
- Consequences for prevention
Warning signals for fraud. Fraud Red Flags
- Where can I spot red flags?
- Most common red flags
- What to do
Who are OUR articles written for?
Our entries primarily aim to address internal auditors, compliance professionals, risk experts, supervisory organs, C-suite executives, external auditors and other financial related areas in all industries.
What else can you expect?
- Best Practices of prevention & investigation
- Research findings for corporate practise
- Circumnavigating common pitfalls
- Turning risks into opportunities
- Fraud lessons learnt
Frequency of Entries
The frequency of our entries depends on the amount of work currently in hand. Publication dates may vary accordingly.
I thought I could fix everything with the figures.
The organisation is a nice one but there are leaks everywhere.
The opportunity was given, I did not want but I had to do it.
The inner voice disappeared. It became a day-to-day routine.
I was active for many years, and set millions aside.