Fraud Investigation


This course explains the principles of effective fraud investigation and is intended for CPAs, auditors, investigators, and others who want to learn about the fraud investigation process. These materials take you step-by-step, from the logging of initial allegations through to planning and conducting an investigation and presenting the related findings. Techniques, tips, and tales from the trenches abound in this scintillating coverage of an important topic for the business community.

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • identify the steps involved in setting the foundation within an organization for effective investigative response
  • identify the elements of a complete fraud investigation
  • identify common sources of information for the gathering of facts surrounding different types of fraud
  • identify the most common and effective methods of proving fraud cases of different types and presenting the evidence to management
  • identify the most effective types of questions during an interview for the gathering of information
  • identify the type of documentation required to create a written record of an admission of wrongdoing during an interview

Designed For

CPAs, CFEs, CMAs, auditors, investigators, managers, and others wishing to get into fraud investigation

Advanced Preparation


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