Scholars, analysts, and others regularly produce articles that deal with the variety of aspects of deterring and detecting financial fraud.


When a company identifies or suspects the existence of fraud, what steps should management and the board of directors take? What are key factors of which to be aware? As a follow-up to a December 2016 Anti-Fraud Collaboration webcast on these questions, CAQ Executive Director Cindy Fornelli has posted a companion commentary at the Global Knowledge Gateway of the International Federation of Accountants.

“Overcoming short-termism remains a stark challenge for many companies,” writes CAQ Executive Director Cindy Fornelli in this post at the NACD Board Leaders Blog. Fornelli, leveraging insights from a July 2016 webcast from the Anti-Fraud Collaboration, provides insights on understanding short-termism and how to mitigate its harmful effects.

This item from Financial Executives International’s Erik Bradbury examines the use of non-GAAP measures, an area of heightened scrutiny by regulators.

At her LinkedIn Influencer page, CAQ Executive Director Cindy Fornelli provides a set of actionable recommendations for deterring and detecting financial reporting fraud.