"Today's Top Schemes, Scams and Scum", in Security Watch,
by R. A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP, concerning current business frauds and trends, including techniques to prevent becoming a victim of modern white collar crime schemes. (October 1999, Issue 2819).
"Using Net Worth Analysis Techniques to Discover and Prove
Dishonesty", in Security Watch, by R. A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE,
CPP, concerning cutting edge investigative practices for tracing the assets of dishonest employees.
(August 1999, Issue 2817)
"A Marriage Made in Heaven???", in John Liner Review, by Jonathan E. Turner,
CFE, CII, concerning mergers and acquisitions, and the proper use of investigative due diligence strategies to avoid bad partnerships, including industry and conglomerate roll-ups, consolidations, and restructuring issues.
(April 1999, Vol. 13, No. 1)
"Recovering From Dishonesty", in Security Management, by
R. A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP, concerning Commercial Crime Coverage and the Financial Institution Bond, two primary methods to recover from employee dishonesty. The article also focuses on the process and procedure necessary to successfully resolve a fidelity insurance claim.
"Fraud In Construction and Building, A Safety, Management & Insurance
Perspective", in Implementation of Safety and Health on Construction
Sites, by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, concerning construction fraud schemes and prevention/recovery scenarios for various scheme styles.
in March 1999)
"Find and Stop Receivables Fraud", in Security Management Bulletin,
by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, and Pamela J. Segers, concerning internal and external A/R schemes, and the techniques to identify and protect against them. (February 1999, Issue 2804)
"Identifying Sharks When Swimming in International Waters", in John Liner
Review, by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, concerning the risks from common and commonly misunderstood schemes, including state sponsored scams, international investments, and the enhanced risks of employee fraud from nonstandard controls. (January 1999, Vol. 12, No. 4)
"Expense Reimbursement Fraud", in Security Management Bulletin,
by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, and Pamela J. Segers, concerning techniques to identify typical expense reimbursement schemes and protect against widespread abuse of expense accounts procedures.
(January 1999, Issue 2802)
October 1: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by Security Management magazine for “Whole Lotta Security: Sessions: Investigations”, dealing with the investigation of allegations of fraud and other misconduct.
September 28: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by Las Vegas Revue magazine for “Sessions: Investigations”, dealing with the management issues raised in complex investigations, including the various organizational pressures, regulatory requirements, and business considerations involved in these cases.
September 1: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by the Report on Preventing Business Fraud regarding the inception, detection, and resolution of internal fraud schemes - and the role that effective control procedures and cultures have on the control of these schemes.
June 22: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by CNN-FN regarding White Collar crime and current trends in large scale schemes and losses relating to the disappearance of the trustee, Martin Frankel, and embezzlement of $215 Million from a Connecticut Foundation.
June 6: R.A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP, was interviewed by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune for “Bank President says he misplaced faith in missing employee”, focusing on bank president Jerry McWhorter’s disappearance and the discovery of funds missing from the bank.
March 3: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by ABC News regarding the use of investigators and investigation in domestic relations cases in the aftermath of the Monica
Lewinski political scandal.
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