Blog - Forensic Accounting

How to optimise fraud prevention in your business Mar 4, 2016

Fraud is more likely to be carried out from within a business than from outside, and the cost of complacency when it comes to fraud is very high – in fact a lot higher than you might realise. It is important (and more cost effective) to have preventative measures in place, rather than thinking it won’t happen to your business.

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Identifying Fraud - Profile of a Fraudster Feb 19, 2016

When an organisation’s integrity and reputation are undermined due to fraud it can have devastating consequences on the business and its stakeholders. Unfortunately no one is protected against fraud and those who are willing to commit fraud do not discriminate. It can occur in large and small companies across various industries all around the world.

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Identifying and Dealing with Fraud in Your Business Feb 18, 2016

The Commonwealth definition for fraud is "dishonestly obtaining a benefit, or causing a loss, by deception or other means.” In other words, it involves activities that usually occur in secret, deceive others, often go undetected, and result in a gain for the perpetrator and a loss for the victim.
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  • The types of fraud
  • The profile of a fraudster
  • How and why fraud happens
  • The signs of fraud in your business
  • What to do about fraud

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Are you a victim of identity crime? May 13, 2014

In May 2013 the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) was commissioned by the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department to undertake a large-scale survey to determine the extent and impact of identity crime and misuse in Australia. Their report was recently released and makes for disturbing reading.

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