Would you like to learn about practical insights and perspectives of fraud, leading and managing global investigations?
Let’s do that together with Mary Breslin. She is an expert in internal audit, fraud, accounting and management with more than 25 years of experience.
She has led fraud investigations in numerous countries spanning six continents.
She also gained her experience with working for global companies like Costco, Barclay’s Capital, ConocoPhillips, and Boart Longyear.
Just a few quotes of our conversation with Mary
“I have a lot of organizations that are resistant to training.”
“And I do think that organizational culture, but also country culture plays a really huge role how fraud is perceived.”
“Culture is the single greatest driving force for behaviour.”
More to be found directly in the interview with Mary Breslin.
IMPORTANT LINKS AND MENTIONS
If you would like to learn more about about fraud, ethical behaviour and investigations the following episodes might be also of interest:
Episode 002: Why we are fraud risk factors?
Episode 008: Common pitfalls for corporates on ethical behaviour
Episode 010: Why the Code of Conduct is not an alibi.
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