All companies have an inherent risk for fraud estimated at 5% of revenue, according to the ACFE Report to the Nations 2018 Global Fraud Survey. In response to the inherent risk for fraud, many companies are developing antifraud programs. The ultimate goal of an effective fraud management program is to mitigate risk to the organization due to fraud through a combination of preventative, detective, and responsive controls.
University of Texas
...Paul Dunlop and Alexis Bell presented their root cause workshop at our 13th annual Fraud Summit... We got rave reviews. They did so well we had our students afterwards interact with them. It was an incredible success and the presenters are just outstanding.
Forensic Accounting, Litigation Support,
Valuation & Transaction Services
Grant Thornton LLP
Charlotte, NC USA
Alexis is a passionate crusader against fraud. Whether searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack of documents or researching trends in financial statements, her passion and resourcefulness bring clarity where others see only confusion. As an active fraud examiner her research is not only interesting but useful. A must read for all fraud investigators."
Retired Senior Partner
Deloitte & Touche
New York, NY USA
Alexis has a tremendous understanding of fraud investigations and analysis. She has seen the problem and is in the process of conquering it. People should listen to what she has to say.”
New York, NY USA
Alexis Bell brings a fresh, innovative and penetrating approach to the issue of fraud analysis. Her intellect and analytic ability offer much promise for the profession, especially companies and auditors faced with the demands of fraud detection in a post-SOX world.”
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