Study guide for Executive Roadmap to Fraud Prevention-2nd Edition

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Reading assignments are for Executive Roadmap to Fraud Prevention and Internal Control-Second Edition by Martin T. Biegelman and Joel T. Bartow.

Forwards and Preface

Reading Assignment: Forwards and Preface <<>> Review Question: # 1

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1) Fraud’s Feeding Frenzy: Overview of Recent Corporate Scandals.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 1<<>> Review Questions: # 2-6

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2) Fraud Theory and Prevention.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 2 <<>> Review Questions: # 7-13

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3) The Path to Greater Corporate Compliance, Accountability, and Ethical Conduct: COSO to Sarbanes-Oxley.

Reading Assignment: Chapter <<>> Review Questions: # 14-21

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4) The Path to Greater Corporate Compliance, Accountability, and Ethical Conduct: SAS 99 to the 2010 Amendments to the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 4 <<>> Review Questions: # 22-28

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5) Internal Controls and Antifraud Programs.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 5 <<>> Review Questions: # 29-40

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6) Financial Statement Fraud.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 6 <<>> Review Questions: # 41-48

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7) Internal Fraud: Protecting a Company.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 7 <<>>Review Question: # 49-54

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8) Former Fraudster and New Man. 

Reading Assignment: Chapter 8 <<>> Review Question: # 55-61

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9) External Fraud Schemes: The Rest of the Fraud Story.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 9 <<>>Review Questions: # 62-68

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10) Not Too Big to Fail

Reading Assignment: Chapter 10 <<>>Review Questions: # 69-73

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11) Designing a Robust Fraud Prevention Program.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 11 <<>>Review Questions: # 74-76

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12) Whistle-Blowers and Hotlines.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 12  <<>>Review Questions: # 77-83

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13) Time to Do Background Checks.

Reading Assignment:  Chapter 13 <<>>Review Questions: # 84-86

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14) Training, Training, and More Training.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 14 <<>>Review Questions: # 87-90

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15) Global Fraud and Corruption Risk.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 15 <<>>Review Questions: # 91-93

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16) The Feds Are Watching: What to Know and Do Now.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 16 <<>>Review Questions: # 94-96

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17)  A Fraud Prevention Culture That Works.

Reading Assignment: Chapter 17 <<>>Review Questions: # 97-100

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