PPT

Report
Introduction
1
The Cost of Occupational Fraud
2
How Occupational Fraud
is Committed
3
How Occupational Fraud
is Committed
4
How Occupational Fraud
is Committed
5
Asset Misappropriation
Sub-Schemes
6
Corruption Cases by Region
7
Overlap of Fraud Schemes
8
Duration of Fraud Schemes
9
Duration of Fraud Schemes
10
Initial Detection of
Occupational Frauds
11
Median Loss and Median
Duration by Detection Method
12
Source of Tips
13
Impact of Hotlines
14
Initial Detection of Frauds
in Small Businesses
15
Detection Method by Region
16
Type of Victim Organization
17
Type of Victim Organization
18
Size of Victim Organization
19
Size of Victim Organization
20
Methods of Fraud in
Small Businesses
21
Industry of Victim Organization
22
Industry of Victim Organization
23
Schemes by Industry
24
Corruption Cases by Industry
25
Anti-Fraud Controls at
the Victim Organization
26
Anti-Fraud Controls at
Small Businesses
27
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
28
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
29
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
30
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
31
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
32
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
33
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
34
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
35
Anti-Fraud Controls by Region
36
Effectiveness of Controls
37
Effectiveness of Controls
38
Control Weaknesses That
Contributed to Fraud
39
Perpetrator’s Position
40
Perpetrator’s Position
41
Perpetrator’s Position
42
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
43
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
44
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
45
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
46
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
47
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
48
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
49
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
50
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
51
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Region
52
The Impact of Collusion
53
Methods of Fraud Based on
Number of Perpetrators
54
Perpetrator’s Age
55
Perpetrator’s Age
56
Perpetrator’s Gender
57
Perpetrator’s Gender
Based on Region
58
Median Losses Based on
Gender
59
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Gender
60
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Gender
61
Position of Perpetrator
Based on Gender
62
Perpetrator’s Tenure
63
Perpetrator’s Tenure
64
Perpetrator’s Education Level
65
Perpetrator’s Department
66
Perpetrator’s Department
67
Schemes Based on
Perpetrator’s Department
68
Perpetrator’s Criminal
Background
69
Perpetrator’s Employment
History
70
Behavioral Red Flags
Displayed by Perpetrators
71
Behavioral Red Flags Based on
Perpetrator’s Position
72
Behavioral Red Flags
Based on Scheme Type
73
Behavioral Red Flags
Based on Gender
74
Non-Fraud-Related Misconduct
75
Human-ResourcesRelated Red Flags
76
Criminal Prosecutions
77
Criminal Prosecutions
78
Criminal Prosecutions
79
Civil Suits
80
Civil Suits
81
Recovery of Losses
82
Primary Occupation of
Survey Participants
83
Experience of Survey
Participants
84
Nature of Survey Participants’
Fraud Examination Work
85
Breakdown of Geographic
Regions by Country
86
Breakdown of Geographic
Regions by Country
86
Countries with Reported Cases
87

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