Cutting Down On Corporate Financial Crime
Over the past decade, there has been massive activity in Corporate America that appears to involve violations of the criminal law. It’s been reported that 95% of criminologists in the United States study blue-collar crime, while only 5% study white-collar crime. And, it is said that of the small minority who even bother to study white-collar crime, 95% focus on the individual who cheat the corporation. There is a type of fraudulent conduct that is called “control fraud”. That is where the CEO of a company uses the corporation as a weapon to commit fraud.