The Anti-Fraud Collaboration engages with the news media to educate on how stakeholders in the financial reporting supply chain share the responsibility to deter and detect financial fraud. If you are a member of the press or would like to reach out to a particular Collaboration member, please contact any of the following individuals.
Chief Operating Officer, Financial Executives International
Director, Communications, PR & Media, The Institute of Internal Auditors
Explore some of the latest updates from the Anti-Fraud Collaboration below:
The Anti-Fraud Collaboration (AFC) is pleased to share with you the Collaboration’s recent resources. Explore the latest insights: The AFC has developed a new case study centered around a hypothetical fraud scenario at a global pharmaceutical company. Users of the...
The Anti-Fraud Collaboration (AFC) is pleased to share with you the Collaboration’s recent resources. Explore the latest insights: The AFC’s comprehensive analysis of SEC enforcement actions is a reminder of the ongoing need for vigilance against financial statement...
The Anti-Fraud Collaboration is pleased to send you the second issue of our newsletter that includes updates on the various resources and programs we developed in Q3 2020. Use skepticism to fight fraud Our new report, Skepticism in Practice, explores the importance of...
The Anti-Fraud Collaboration (AFC) is pleased to share our inaugural issue of a new quarterly newsletter that will provide updates on the various resources and programs developed by the Collaboration members. COVID-19 Resources New Anti-Fraud in Action Webisode: A...
Washington, DC – When corporate scandals occur, the root cause can often be traced back to an organization’s weak ethical culture. According to a new white paper from the Anti-Fraud Collaboration, implementing robust and regular assessments of corporate culture can...