Using Corporate Intelligence Techniques in Fraud Examination
RVACFES 39 – Using Corporate Intelligence Techniques in Fraud Examination – 3 CPE – To purchase this lecture add it to your Cart and follow the on-screen instructions …
Corporate intelligence is a relatively new field which applies information gathering techniques developed by governments during the Cold War to the competitive marketplace. These same powerful techniques can be used not only to analyze competitors but by the Fraud Examiner investigating organizational and management frauds. Such frauds are complex (witness Enron) and can involve the financial activity of a global corporation for many years (Enron again). When the Fraud Examiner is called upon to investigate such frauds its usually as part of a team and the gathering of accurate intelligence on the target can make the difference between effective case building/prosecution and investigative failure. Learn how you can apply the same effective intelligence gathering techniques to your investigations as used by the Fortune 500 and US government agencies.
180 minutes of self study plus 20 minutes to answer 10 questions for a total of 200 minutes.
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