From Accounting Today
Fraud happens in companies of all sizes, in all industries, and in all countries. Given enough time, it will almost certainly happen in a company that does not enact proactive fraud prevention measures. Do you know what initiatives are most effective in deterring potential fraudsters? Are your clients among those who are left unguarded? How well-versed are you in protecting organizational resources from the hands of would-be fraudsters? Take this quiz and find out.
1. Generally speaking, what is the primary objective of a fraud risk assessment?
a. To provide an estimate of an organization’s fraud losses.
b. To help an organization’s leadership identify areas most vulnerable to fraud.
c. To establish the guilt or innocence of an employee suspected of committing fraud.
d. To assess the design and effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting.
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