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Weisburd and Waring identify two broad classes of offenders: crisis responders and opportunity takers. ”15 The crisis responders were people in positions of trust who saw a criminal act as the way out of a perceived financial crisis. These events were anomalies in their social histories. The women acted to pay family bills, and the men stepped over the line for a variety of reasons, such as financial troubles at the company they owned or to reduce their income taxes payable. P1: TIX/XYZ JWBT633-c02 P2: ABC JWBT633-Silverstone 36 January 11, 2012 5:25 Printer Name: To Come Fraud in Society The opportunity takers were not driven to commit a crime by financial pressures; they were drawn in by the temptation created by an unusual opportunity.
The office manager was terminated and was pursued criminally. The owners recovered a portion of the diverted funds when their insurance claim was filed and paid. A lack of records prevented them from determining just how long the office manager had been stealing, and how much they lost to her over the many years of her employment. Drawing Conclusions What impact has SOX had on financial statement reporting? The answer depends on what is meant by impact. From the reporting entity’s perspective, SOX has had a significant impact in both costs and resources spent to comply with the Act’s requirements.
A common statistic is that only one in nine fraud cases ever sees the light of the media, which means for every fraud case we read or hear about, on average there are eight other fraud cases we will never hear about. Notwithstanding the uncertainty of the true extent of financial fraud, there are studies that shed light on the enormous impact fraud has on society and business. Study: Association of Certified Fraud Examiners For purposes of this book, the best overview of financial fraud comes from studies done by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).