International Fraud Awareness Week: How We Can Help
We love our job. Financial forensic investigating is exciting, ever-changing, and satisfying as we help clients recoup losses and give them the ability to move forward after an incident of fraud. But we wish fraud would stop. We wish no one had to come to us in an hour of need.
We repeat again and again what we really love to do for organizations. We love to help build anti-fraud programs that better deter and detect fraud. We love to consult with organizations to evaluate their policies and procedures so that we can help them make a plan to avoid the pains and losses suffered from internal fraud as much as possible.
Here is what we do at Dawson Forensics to help combat internal fraud:
1) First and foremost, our day-to-day services are available to you. Contact us today through our website to discuss any consultation or investigation needs you and your organization have.
2) Alternatively, we have published an entire book that walks leaders step-by-step through designing the blueprint of your own, custom Anti-Fraud Program. Small businesses and private companies can hold in their hands the fundamental elements and the implementation processes necessary to protect their unique organization.
Our guidelines are presented along with interesting case studies we have worked through over the last few decades. Real life examples make for fantastic lessons. Purchase your copy and get started on your own Anti-Fraud Program today.
3) We are excited to announce our newest venture: NASBA Certified Education and Training for accountants and fraud examiners. Be looking for our courses to learn more about internal fraud, accounting, and ethics, and earn CEU for your certifications.
Dawson Forensic Group is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors
through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.