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Risk, Fraud, and Illegal Acts

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For organizations that seek to maintain successful pathways towards consistent revenue, sustainability, reputational stability, and risk mitigation efforts, the topic of fraud prevention must be front and center in the minds of management.

In its 2020 Report to the Nations, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) estimated close to $3.6 billion in losses attributed to fraud cases globally, which emphasizes the need to implement stark assessments to curtail opportunities for fraud. A strong anti-fraud stance is crucial to safeguarding market confidence, integrity, and public trust.

The comprehensive role of internal audit, together with the incorporation of The IIA Global Internal Audit Standards, encourages the inception of integrative approaches to detect and prevent illegal acts, while practitioners hold instrumental insight to establish the proper guardrails to foster an elevated level of scrutiny.

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