256 pages. "Professor Rezaee has done an excellent job with a difficult topic. The book is well-written, thorough, and should be helpful to individuals interested in increasing integrity in financial reporting. Anyone involved in corporate governance, auditing, or regulation should find the book helpful."
–Steve Albrecht, Andersen LLP Alumni Professor and Associate Dean
Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University
Financial Statement Fraud provides thorough coverage of the nature and extent of financial reporting fraud. It describes the most successful methods for preventing, detecting, and controlling incidents of financial reporting fraud and offers reliable guidance from standard-setting organizations such as the AICPA and the SEC. Real-life case studies of companies guilty of such fraud–and a discussion of the consequences–help illustrate important concepts.
For managers, boards of directors, and auditors, this book answers all the important questions on the topic of financial statement fraud:
What is financial statement fraud?
Why should I be concerned with financial statement fraud?
How do I detect and prevent it?
How does financial reporting work in publicly held companies?
What will be the consequences if my company is guilty of financial statement fraud?
What kinds of fraud schemes are most common?
What are the responsibilities of boards of directors, managers, and auditors?
Written by an acknowledged expert in the field, Financial Statement Fraud is an essential source of reliable information on this common type of fraud and a practical guide to preventing it. ISBN:0471092169