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Certificate in Forensic Accounting and Auditing
Corporates frauds have the inherent power to bring large organizations to their knees, cause huge monetary loss, prompt lawsuits followed by significant legal expenses, lead to the imprisonment of employees and deteriorate the confidence in the market, in governments and in institutions.
While developments in the business world, especially on the technological front have accelerated the evolution of various industries, it has also engendered the evolution in white-collar crime especially corporate fraud. The destructive repercussions of corporate fraud have been felt across governmental bodies and companies irrespective of the industry they belong to.
In response, corporations and governments across the globe have stepped up their effort to inspect, prevent and penalize fraudulent practices; resulting in a greater emphasis for the domains of forensic auditing and accounting in the current economy.