This week’s selection covers all things fraud and corruption; from bribery’s impact on society to fraudulent statements used to cover up misconducts or mislead investors…
Two years ago, Bernard Madoff died in prison after confessing to engineering the biggest Ponzi-scheme in history. We looked at five books focusing on this unprecedented scandal
More than 20 years after this epic bankruptcy, the Enron fall is still the benchmark reference for accounting scandals and fraudulent financial misstatements. We listed our favorite books covering the scandal from different perspectives.
This week, we are presenting a selection of five books written by award winning investigative journalists. They present months (sometimes years) of relentless search for the facts with uncommon story-telling talent.
This week, we are presenting a selection of 5 books written by convicted white collar criminals. All of these stories lead us to wonder: “what would I have done in such a situation?”
We are starting a series of reading recommendations focusing on white collar crime. Whether you are an avid reader of true crime stories or a compliance geek, we hope you will enjoy our weekly selection.
What are the key steps to a successful and robust internal investigation? Investigations are not linear processes; they are iterative by nature. However, there are six key steps you should use in your investigative approach.
What if the expectations from employees could be summarized in three directives ? This article and video present a parallel between Isaac Asimov’s “three laws of robotics” and organizational integrity.
Organizations should not be over confident about their control system, but rather take a hard look at their culture, which is shaped by power dynamics
Are you aware of the four of the biases that may affect professional investigators in their activities? Taking these potential weaknesses into account in our thought processes allows us to be better investigators.