This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use of cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.


Encouraging the Reporting of Misconduct

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Download PDF

Organizations can take substantive actions to address the reporting of suspected financial fraud, according to this November 2017 report released by the Anti-Fraud Collaboration. Encouraging the Reporting of Misconduct presents recommendations from key players in the financial reporting supply chain, including corporate directors, financial executives, and internal and external auditors. The Collaboration compiled best practices from roundtable discussions focused on suspected financial reporting fraud and the negative impact that fear of retaliation has on the timely detection of such fraud. By understanding the factors that discourage reporting, the Collaboration offers ways to counter such obstacles and makes recommendations for creating and maintaining a retaliation-free environment.