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Managing Fraud Risk: A Practical Guide for Directors and Managers

Author: Steve Giles, partner, Highview Consultants


The risks have never been higher. Fraud can severely damage an organisation’s profitability and reputation, yet many organisations continue to take a reactive approach, thinking about fraud only once it has occurred. As a result they are forced to deal with the consequences.


Peppered with captivating anecdotes, this book is the modern, strategic approach to detecting and investigating fraud, while developing an anti-fraud framework in a cost-effective manner.


Clear, logical and accessible with each chapter covering a vital aspect of fraud including corporate governance, detection controls, risks and business ethics.


As a former forensic accountant for Deloitte, Steve Giles was involved in headline investigations such as the Polly Peck affair. Now an international consultant in the areas of governance, risk and compliance, he specialises in how to manage financial crime risk and business ethics.

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