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Economic crimes have increased dramatically in the past decade. Forensic accounting has come into the limelight due to the rapid increase in financial crime and white collar crimes which is evident from newspaper reports, which on almost daily basis report of economic crimes committed in communities across the country. The present study discusses issues like scope of forensic accounting in Nigeria, the role of forensic accountants in fraud examination and various techniques employed for detecting and preventing financial crimes. The study is a theoretical analysis of the role of the forensic accountant as the watchdog who may keep an eye on the financial operation of firms so as to minimize the occurrences of financial crimes in future. The analysis is being supported by the secondary data in the form of available literature on forensic accounting and its application in the modern corporate world.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Brief History Of Economic And Financial Crime Commission (EFCC)
1.2 Statement Of The Problem
1.3 Statement Of Objectives
1.4 Research Questions
1.5 Significance Of The Study
1.6 Organization Of The Study.
1.7 Definition Of Terms
2.0 Conceptual Framework and Literature Review
2.1 Conceptual Framework
2.2 Theoretical Framework
2.3 Forensic Audit
3.2 Data Collection Method
3.3 Restatement of Research Question
3.4 Statement Of Objectives
3.5 Significance of the Study.
4.0 Results And Discussion Of Findings
4.1 Conditions Favorable To Corrupt Practice
4.2 Need For Forensic Accountants
4.3 Fraud Risk Management
5.0 Summary, Conclusion And Recommendation.
5.1 Summary And Conclusion
FORENSIC AUDIT AND FINANCIAL CRIME CONTROL IN NIGERIA .
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