A typical fraud case lasts 14 months and costs, on average, more than $1.5 million, underscoring the fact that organizations can't afford to be oblivious. Failing to investigate "red flags" can be enormously costly.

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In Fraud Magazine, Jeffrey Matthews details specific cases in which the players didn’t see (or refused to acknowledge) red flags and paid the cost in loss of cash and reputational damage. He recounts key behavior changes and other potential indicators of misconduct that should be further investigated — even as organizations are challenged by resource constraints or inherent biases.

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Jeffrey Matthews

Jeffrey Matthews, a Partner with StoneTurn, brings over 25 years of experience in financial investigations, forensic accounting and litigation support. He has served as a financial expert in corruption and […]

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