Financial Executives International has released two research studies on fraud prevention and financial reporting.

One of the reports, "FERF Fraud Risk Checklist," from FEI's Financial Executives Research Foundation, presents a series of questions to help companies assess the potential risk factors associated with fraudulent financial reporting and misappropriation of assets. The checklist provides a framework for evaluating a company's reporting, along with a sample structure to use in documenting management's thought process and conclusions. The checklist is available for $49.95 from FEI.

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