Financial Controls that Promote Clean Audits and Deter Fraud
According to the 2016 Global Fraud Study, published by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the most prominent organizational weakness that contributed to fraud in its study was a lack of internal controls, which was cited in 29.3 percent of cases, followed by an override of existing internal controls, which contributed to just more than 20 percent of cases.
Good controls are derived from the right policies, practices, activities, and behaviors – together creating the framework of a well established control environment. Find out how your organization can ensure everyday success and safeguard your mission through proper financial controls that promote clean audits and help deter fraud. Inside our guide you’ll find:
- Best practice policies and procedures around internal controls and segregation of duties
- Key insight into audit preparedness and the nonprofit audit process
- Ways to help mitigate fraud risk
- PLUS, how technology can help your organization be proactive and properly reactive when it comes to fraud, audits, and everything in between