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Introduction 1 The Cost of Occupational Fraud 2.

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2 Introduction 1

3 The Cost of Occupational Fraud 2

4 How Occupational Fraud is Committed 3

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7 Asset Misappropriation Sub-Schemes 6

8 Corruption Cases by Region 7

9 Overlap of Fraud Schemes 8

10 Duration of Fraud Schemes 9

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12 Initial Detection of Occupational Frauds 11

13 Median Loss and Median Duration by Detection Method 12

14 Source of Tips 13

15 Impact of Hotlines 14

16 Initial Detection of Frauds in Small Businesses 15

17 Detection Method by Region 16

18 Type of Victim Organization 17

19 Type of Victim Organization 18

20 Size of Victim Organization 19

21 Size of Victim Organization 20

22 Methods of Fraud in Small Businesses 21

23 Industry of Victim Organization 22

24 Industry of Victim Organization 23

25 Schemes by Industry 24

26 Corruption Cases by Industry 25

27 Anti-Fraud Controls at the Victim Organization 26

28 Anti-Fraud Controls at Small Businesses 27

29 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 28

30 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 29

31 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 30

32 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 31

33 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 32

34 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 33

35 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 34

36 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 35

37 Anti-Fraud Controls by Region 36

38 Effectiveness of Controls 37

39 Effectiveness of Controls 38

40 Control Weaknesses That Contributed to Fraud 39

41 Perpetrator’s Position 40

42 Perpetrator’s Position 41

43 Perpetrator’s Position 42

44 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 43

45 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 44

46 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 45

47 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 46

48 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 47

49 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 48

50 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 49

51 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 50

52 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 51

53 Position of Perpetrator Based on Region 52

54 The Impact of Collusion 53

55 Methods of Fraud Based on Number of Perpetrators 54

56 Perpetrator’s Age 55

57 Perpetrator’s Age 56

58 Perpetrator’s Gender 57

59 Perpetrator’s Gender Based on Region 58

60 Median Losses Based on Gender 59

61 Position of Perpetrator Based on Gender 60

62 Position of Perpetrator Based on Gender 61

63 Position of Perpetrator Based on Gender 62

64 Perpetrator’s Tenure 63

65 Perpetrator’s Tenure 64

66 Perpetrator’s Education Level 65

67 Perpetrator’s Department 66

68 Perpetrator’s Department 67

69 Schemes Based on Perpetrator’s Department 68

70 Perpetrator’s Criminal Background 69

71 Perpetrator’s Employment History 70

72 Behavioral Red Flags Displayed by Perpetrators 71

73 Behavioral Red Flags Based on Perpetrator’s Position 72

74 Behavioral Red Flags Based on Scheme Type 73

75 Behavioral Red Flags Based on Gender 74

76 Non-Fraud-Related Misconduct 75

77 Human-Resources- Related Red Flags 76

78 Criminal Prosecutions 77

79 Criminal Prosecutions 78

80 Criminal Prosecutions 79

81 Civil Suits 80

82 Civil Suits 81

83 Recovery of Losses 82

84 Primary Occupation of Survey Participants 83

85 Experience of Survey Participants 84

86 Nature of Survey Participants’ Fraud Examination Work 85

87 Breakdown of Geographic Regions by Country 86

88 Breakdown of Geographic Regions by Country 86

89 Countries with Reported Cases 87


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