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To Dramatically Reduce the Risk of Fraud and Embezzlement at Corporate Level Organizations.Corporate
The presence of anti-fraud controls is notably correlated with significant decreases in the cost and duration of occupational fraud schemes.
Victim organizations that had implemented any of the 16 common anti-fraud controls experienced considerably lower losses and time-to detection than organizations lacking these controls.
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Pleasant Valley man pleads guilty to using Poughkeepsie companies to embezzle millions
Mark Cina, former comptroller for the two companies, pleaded guilty to felony mail fraud and tax evasion. Last July, the office of then-Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim said Cina used more than $2.5 million to gamble, pay rent, dine out, wash his car ...
Sedalia ambulance administrator sentenced for embezzlement
The Daily Star-Journal
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A former administrator of an ambulance district has been sentenced to two years in federal prison without parole for embezzling more than $227,000. Federal prosecutors say 62-year-old Michael Paul Gardner, of Sedalia, was ...
Wanda Greene and son indicted by federal grand jury - Citizen Times
The former Buncombe County manager, whose 20-year career was followed by a criminal investigation, has been indicted on federal charges.
Ex-county leader spent public money on wine, makeup, Target gift cards, charges say
Former Buncombe County manager and her son indicted on federal ...
Wanda Greene, former county manager, & son indicted by grand ...
Former official at St. Paul country club admits to embezzling $1M
The former controller of a St. Paul golf club has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $1 million from the organization. Julie Anne Lee, 53, of Farmington, was charged with four counts of wire fraud and six counts of filing false tax returns last ...