The MBS Fraud training or service is designed for those who wish to learn about the most common white collar crime in business – fraud. Fraud is a phenomenon encompassing the fraud triangle – opportunity, rationalization and pressure – which includes many human psychological components. This service is designed to dive deep into the why, the how and who, as we discuss what the typical fraudster ‘looks like’ and why they decide to perpetuate a crime against a company.
Upon studying the various ways in which white collar criminals do their work, the MBS reviews, with real examples, the ways in which companies combat fraud, in both preventive and detective ways. Further, we explore some of the more common types of fraud discovery, including the use of various data and analytics tools, through case study. Finally, we look at ways in which internal controls can help or hinder fraud prevention via the use of hands on job training and experiences where your organization designs the fraud control. Come learn about how to protect your company’s assets against white collar crime! Read more
We promise all clients that we will listen and respond to their concerns and be accurate and ethical in our practices. As a client, you will receive timely and well-researched advice as we proactively seek new ways to meet your needs. We will earn your trust through consistent excellence.
MBS Business Advisors can provide you with the necessary expertise to evaluate your company’s current fraud mitigation plan and infrastructure, support your efforts to perform a fraud risk assessment or assist with the development of a robust fraud mitigation plan.
Our Fraud Prevention Services:
Fraud Risk Diagnostic Evaluation - Evaluate your organization's fraud "readiness" Read more
Fraud Risk Assessment - Comprehensive approach to identify fraud risks and controls and implement corrective actions Read more
White Collar Crime
White collar crime can describe a wide variety of crimes, but they all typically involve crime committed through deceit and motivated by financial gain
White Collar Crime
White collar crime can describe a wide variety of crimes, but they all typically involve crime committed through deceit and motivated by financial gain.
Typical white-collar crimes could include wage theft, fraud, bribery, insider trading, labor racketeering, embezzlement, cybercrime, money laundering, identity theft, and forgery.
In criminology, blue-collar crime is any crime committed by an individual from a lower social class as opposed to white-collar crime which is associated with crime committed by someone of a higher-level social class
We can assist you in designing a fraud mitigation program that fits your needs and helps to alleviate your concerns.