Follow the Paper Trail: The Red Flags Authorities Use to Detect Fraud in China

Williamson, Keith; Alvarez & Marsal
October 2015
CFO Innovation Asia;10/15/2015, p1
The article focuses on multinational companies' strategy on managing financial fraud in China, where manipulation of financial information and bribery of government officials presents a huge risk for companies operating in the country. Topics discussed include investigations being conducted by the U.S. Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission on fraud allegations and the impact of providing inaccurate financial information.


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