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Corporate Fraud and Internal Control Workbook: A Framework for Prevention by Richard E. Cascarino

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Chapter Four

Frauds Against the Organization

ANSWERS: FILL IN THE BLANKS

1. highly complimentary
2. financial institutions
3. Fraud for profit
4. income, ability to pay
5. Occupancy fraud
6. silent second mortgage
7. preforeclosure
8. buy and bail
9. Document analysis
10. Sudden, unexpected, urgent
11. long firm
12. fraudulent conversion
13. influence
14. break down
15. payoff, head of the queue
16. self-interest, conflict of interest
17. fiduciary relation
18. best interests
19. trade secret
20. noncompete
21. patent, permanently
22. reverse engineering
23. knowingly, intentionally, material
24. off-label
25. higher prices, average price
26. inferior, refurbished, low
27. fixed-price, cost-plus, cross-charging
28. false claims
29. overcharging, nondelivered services
30. adequate recordkeeping, accuracy, completeness
31. borrow, loan proceeds
32. reasonably equivalent value
33. valuable property, equity
34. closed subscriptions
35. independent board, committee members
36. intent, agreement, overt act
37. Lapping
38. Kiting
39. overissue, bogus checks, postdated checks
40. branch, subsidiary
41. allegation
42. counterfeit, individual printer
43. rag
44. Benefit frauds
45. second largest
46. knowingly lies, not entitled
47. obsolete merchandise, unprofitable business subsidiaries
48. life insurance, forged death certificates
49. Whole life, whole life
50. someone else's identity ...

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