Stolen Without A Gun: An Anatomy Of A White Collar Crime
Saturday, December 9, 2017
White collar crimes can be complicated. This interview with a convicted white collar felon, considers the Fraud Triangle (Pressure, Opportunity and Rationalization) in breaking down how a fraud occurred at a large telecommunication firm. Emphasis will be on the opportunities (poor controls, weak management oversight, incentives and personal ambition) for fraud to occur.
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* Understand how the Fraud Triangle can be used to dissect a corporate fraud
* Identify weak controls that can contribute to fraudulent behavior
* Understand how misguided incentives can affect behavior
* Create more awareness of professional skepticism
* Understand motivations of a white collar perpetrator
* Fraud in a corporate environment
* Methods of manipulating financial results
* Embezzlement scheme and how it operates
* Fraud Triangle applications in dissecting a white collar crime
* Motivations of a white collar criminal