AlixPartners Director Vadim Riber and attorneys from Latham & Watkins partnered to create the methodology, review the data, and perform the analyses that were used as the foundation for the, "Mitigating the Risk of Common Fraud Schemes: Insights from SEC Enforcement Actions" report. The report, which was published by The Anti-Fraud Collaboration, focuses on areas of heightened fraud risk, including those prevalent during the pandemic, and how all stakeholders have a role to play in detecting and deterring fraud. Our expertise in forensic investigations of accounting and auditing issues and our deep skills with data analytics were fundamental in developing the report’s findings and observations.
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