Forensic Center Videos
The Deloitte Forensic Center is pleased to offer video discussions that explore a variety of fraud, corruption and other complex business issues from the perspective of forensic accountants, corporate leaders, attorneys and other professionals involved in forensic matters.
How companies may be able to apply techniques used in fraud investigations to prevent and detect fraud before it causes serious damage.
A discussion about the findings from the second edition of our "Ten Things About Financial Statement Fraud" study.
Four video discussions on financial statement fraud.
Our leaders discuss the FCPA as it applies to doing business or operating within China.
Three video discussion on the importance of expanded M&A due diligence efforts aimed at uncovering potential corruption practices.
The FCPA as it applies to organizations that do business with or in India.
A discussion about whether fraud is more prevalent in troubled companies.
Businesses wanting to take advantage of growing, lucrative foreign markets should weigh the potential rewards against the risk of violating anti-corruption laws.
A series of discussions on "Managing the Business Risk of Fraud: A Practical Guide" and the importance of managing business risks.
Regulatory developments underscore the increased interest of regulatory agencies in examining contractual arrangements between hospitals and physicians in a position to refer patients.
An in-depth look at our study on internal fraud control programs.
Companies today are faced with unfamiliar areas of fraud and fraud prevention. Toby Bishop and Frank Hydoski, co-directors of the Deloitte Forensic Center discuss the risk of fraud.
U.S. companies engaged in international commerce should actively protect themselves against FCPA violations. A key first step is to understand the background of the FCPA, key terminology, and its most critical parts.
Why Universities need to adopt strong-anti-fraud policies and procedures.
Frank Hydoski, an advisor to the Deloitte Forensic Center, discusses his experience while participating in the Oil-For-Food Investigation. Primarily a diplomatic organization, the UN’s attempts to assuage the suffering that the Iraqi people experienced while existing under economic sanctions, quickly led to a multi-layered scheme of bribes and kickbacks that involved at least 60 different authorities and 27 countries.
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