FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AND AUDIT AS A PANACEA FOR PREVENTING CORPORATE FRAUD IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF DIAMOND BANK PLC, AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Abstract
Table of contents
CHAPTER ONE:
1.0     Key words / introduction
1.1            Background of the study
1.2            Statement of problem
1.3            Purpose of the study
1.4            Significance of the study
1.5            Research Question
1.6            Hypothesis one and two
1.7            Scope of the study
1.8            Definition of  terms

CHAPTER TWO:
Review of Related Literature
2.1            Theoretical framework of the study
2.2            Redflags and nature of co-operative fraud
2.3            Sources and causes of co-operative fraud
2.4            The role of forensic accounting in co-operate environment
2.5            The Techniques in forensic accounting
2.6            Need of forensic Accounting
2.7            The role of Auditors in co-operate environment  

CHAPTER  THREE:
Research Methodology
3.0     Introductions
3.1     Design of the study
3.2     Area of the study
3.3     Population of the study
3.4     Sample of the study
3.5     Instrument  for data collection
3.6     Validity of the instruments
3.7     Distribution and Retrieval of the instrument  
3.8     Method of  data Analysis
CHAPTER FOUR:
Presentation  and Analysis of Data
4.1     Presentation, Analysis and interpretation of data
4.2     Findings
CHAPTER  FIVE:
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS / CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1            Summary of Findings
5.2            Conclusion
5.3            Recommendation
5.4            Limitation of the study
References
Questionnaires


CHAPTER ONE
1.0     KEY / INTRODUCTION
i         Forensic
ii        Accounting
iii       Audit
iv       Panacea
v        Preventing
vi       Corporate
vii      Fraud
1.1     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY:
Forensic accounting integrate accounting, auditing and investigating skills. It is a specially practice area of accounting that describes engagement that result from actual or anticipated disputes or litigation. Forensic according to the Webster’s dictionary means, belonging to, used in, or suitable court of judicature or to public discussion or deliberate, it therefore means the forensic account provides accounting analysis that is suitable to court of judicature or to public discussion or debate which will form the basis for dissension, debate and ultimately dispute resolution.
In the words of filmer (2003) forensic accounting is seen as a method of investigating financial transaction and business situations in order to obtain the truth of and develop an export opinion regarding certain fraudulent activities.
Two areas of expertise make up the field of forensic accounting; litigation support includes business valuation revenue analysis, expert witness testimony and failure earning valuation while instigative accounting is the process of gathering evidence of criminal conduct and sustaining the content of damages.
Forensic accounting is hardly a new field, but in recent years, banks, insurance companies and even law enforcement agencies, the federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) nad Internal REvenue Services (IRS) have increase the use of these experts. A study conducted by Kessler international (a forensic
 Accounting and investigation) showed that there is a growing need for experience forensic
 Accountants. ABC now.com reports that industry insiders expect more companies to use forensic

 Accountants as preventive measures as the demand for trustworthy financial statements increase in the wake of the recent accounting scandals. Todd avery, president of the risk consulting consulting firm and worldwide says, that may executives are paying greater attention to controls and fraud. Prevention today, then they were given a few years ago.....

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