Your Privacy is protected.
Forensic Accounting Qld Joins Movement to Shine a Spotlight on Fraud
International Fraud Awareness Week kicks off 13 November 2016 worldwide
Fraud costs organisations worldwide an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues, according to a study conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). The ACFE’s 2016 Report to […]
Occupational Fraud continues to remain a universal problem faced by all business and government entities against dishonest individuals who have been hired to carry out the organisation’s operations.
Steven Ponsonby, Founding Director of Forensic Accounting QLD advises that fraud is ubiquitous; it does not discriminate in its occurrence […]
Melissa Emma Jean Ransley, an Office Coordinator of a family run business and a mother of four children was found guilty of one count of fraud in the District Court of Queensland on 16 July 2015 after withdrawing an earlier not guilty plea. The reported judgement of the earlier plea can be accessed here.
In sentencing Ransley to f […]
For Immediate Release
14 November 2015.
For More Information Contact:
Forensic Accounting Qld: Steven Ponsonby. 1300 323 626
E-mail: [email protected]
FORENSIC ACCOUNTING QLD – Joins the movement to raise awareness of International Fraud Week
International Fraud Awareness Week kicks off 15 November 2015 worldwide
EMPLOYEE GUILTY OF 108 COUNTS OF OCCUPATIONAL FRAUD
“Your fraud involved also a considerable degree of deception and a measure of sophistication”. You are now 42 years of age. You have no prior convictions, and it is a sad reality that you have lived to the present a life that has been a worthwhile one as a fa […]
Fraud is ubiquitous; it does not discriminate in its occurrence and while anti-fraud controls can effectively reduce the likelihood and potential impact of fraud, the truth is that no entity is immune to this threat. Unfortunately, however, many organisations still suffer from an “it can’t happen here” mindset. To […]
Like any virus or infection, the right conditions have to exist for the infection to spread.
Flood, Cyclones and post GFC – the perfect breeding ground for fraud!
The spate of recent natural disasters, together with the impact of the GFC still lingering has created a very fertile breeding ground for fraud. Fraudsters are opportunists […]
Every two years the ACFE undertakes a survey on fraud around the globe¹. The data presented in the 2012 Report is based on 1,388 cases of occupational fraud that were reported by the Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE’s) who investigated them. The frauds occurred in nearly 100 countries on six continents, (including Austr […]
Fraud Awareness Week Casts Spotlight on White Collar Crime
Forensic Accounting QLD Joins Ranks of Supporters for 6-12 November 2011 Awareness Movement
Forensic Accounting QLD, a leading independent Forensic accounting practice, announced that it will be participating in International Fraud Awareness Week, Nov. 6-12, 2011 […]
The “Opportunities” have always existed, but a combination of the current economic climate together with the sophistication of the technology utilised has resulted in the level of fraud increasing significantly.
What are the drivers?
The first of the baby boomers turned 65 this year, – i.e. are transitioning f […]