According to a recent study by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), organizations lose $3.7 trillion worldwide a year due to fraud.

Tate & Tryon’s team of fraud and forensic accounting professionals are experienced in detecting, quantifying, and reporting on fraudulent activity. If you suspect financial fraud is occurring or has been committed, we can work directly with you and your attorney to ensure the conduct of a credible investigation. Our team includes professionals who are both Certified Public Accountants and Certified Fraud Examiners.

We also work with organizations to proactively manage fraud risk by helping to develop and ensure that the appropriate controls are in place to help prevent and detect fraud. Although no system of internal controls can provide absolute safeguards against fraud, we can assist with establishing practices, policies, and procedures that will help minimize the risk and exposure of fraud occurring in your organization.

Fraud Services:

Forensic accounting investigations
Fraud risk assessments
Litigation support
Data mining and analytics
Fraud awareness training

INSIGHTS & RESOURCES

Case Study: How to Protect From Internal Fraud

Case Studies09/19/2017

 
The Challenge
According to a 2016 study by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), organizations lost $3.7 trillion worldwide due to fraud. Effective fraud monitoring is a key management responsibility for future financial security.
Recently, Tate & Tryon’s team of Certified Fraud Examiners were called in during typical internal audit engagement to help one of our […]

Fraud Risks in Nonprofit Organizations

Fraud Prevention04/30/2015

Nearly everyone agrees that there are many fraud risks in nonprofit organizations.  So, the real question is what are the most common fraud risks in nonprofit organizations and how can you prevent or, at the very least, detect fraud in a timely manner.  Remember, there is no such thing as a small fraud: there are only […]

Fraud – It Can Happen to You

Fraud Prevention04/15/2013

Many nonprofits are mistakenly under the belief that if they have good internal controls and regular audits, that they could not fall victim to a fraud scheme.  This is far from the truth!  While audits serve a very important purpose and can go a long way in helping to uncover fraud, they should not be relied on […]

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