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As discussed later in detail, there are differences between auditing and investigating. Objective Purpose Value Sources of evidence Sufficiency of evidence GAAS Audit Forensic Accounting Investigation Form an opinion on the overall financial statements taken as a whole Usually required by third-party users of financial statements Adds credibility to reported financial information Inquiry, observation, examination, and reperformance of accounting transactions to support financial statement assertions Determine the likelihood or magnitude of fraud occurringa Reasonable assurance Sufficient predication that a fraud has or may have occurred Resolves suspicions and accusations; determines the facts Review detailed financial and nonfinancial data, search public records, conduct fact-finding as well as admission-seeking interviews, including third-party inquiries Establish facts to support or refute suspicions or accusations a Ultimately the trier of fact concludes whether fraud has occurred.
While an audit responds to the risk of fraud, the forensic accounting investigation responds to suspicions, allegations, or evidence of fraud. These different activities are explored throughout this text. DETERRENCE, AUDITING, AND INVESTIGATION The increased size and impact of financial reporting scandals and the related loss of billions of dollars of shareholder value have rightly focused both public and regulatory attention on all aspects of financial reporting fraud and corporate governance.
Htm. 36 Id. 37 Id. 38 Id. S. ” P1: a/b P2: c/d JWBT442-c01 QC: e/f T1: g JWBT442-Golden March 16, 2011 Fraud: An Introduction 11:57 Printer: Hamilton Printing 11 for fraud inherent within it. Several sections of the Act deal with fraud, including Section 9 (Manipulation of Security Prices), Section 10 (Manipulative and Deceptive Devices), Section 18 (Liability for Misleading Statements), Section 20 (Liability of Controlling Persons and Persons Who Aid and Abet Violations), and Section 20A (Liability to Contemporaneous Traders for Insider Trading).