crime by white-collar worker a crime committed by somebody in the course of doing a white-collar job, for example, embezzlement
Nick Kochan is a leading investigative writer on white-collar crime, fraud, and money laundering. He is author of The Washing Machine, a book that is widely read in law enforcement circles. He also writes widely for newspapers, including the Financial Times and the Daily Telegraph.
of internal controls over financial reporting; additional rules governing conflicts of interest; expanded financial reporting disclosures; expanded penalties for criminal fraud and white-collar crime; expanded disclosures relating to executive compensation. Although these changes were intended for publicly
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Forensic auditing offers a toolset that company managers can use to help detect and investigate various forms of white-collar financial impropriety and inappropriate or inefficient use of resources. As company structures and controls become ever more complex, so too does the scope for employees
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