From Protiviti’s, The Bulletin - Volume 2, Issue 9
A company’s anti-fraud program is an integral part of its corporate governance process and is fundamental to protecting tangible and intangible enterprise value and preserving the reliability of public reporting. This document focuses on key questions for board members and management when evaluating the organization's anti-fraud program.
Sample questions include: Has an anti-fraud program been presented to the board that focuses on areas of probable fraud as well as integrates appropriate control measures across all aspects of the company? Is the audit committee compliant with requirements of SOX Section 301 to establish an effective, confidential and anonymous reporting process?