Fraud and Forensics

As is the case with most white collar crimes, fraud and abuse are highly difficult to detect. As a result, the knowledge and insight of experienced professionals is essential when you are in need of forensic accounting services. At Maner Costerisan, our certified fraud examiners can help you assess your exposure and create a fraud prevention plan to mitigate your risk. In the unfortunate circumstance that fraud does occur, our team can conduct an examination to identify and quantify the loss and assist with recovery.

Maner Costerisan offers tailored fraud prevention and detection services to companies of all sizes and across all industries.  Our services include:

  • Internal control review
  • Risk and vulnerability assessment
  • Internal control design and implementation
  • Internal control review
  • Risk and vulnerability assessment
  • Internal control design and implementation
  • Fraud examinations, including but not limited to:
    • Employee embezzlement
    • Frauds by unrelated third parties
    • Frauds by vendors
    • Financial statement fraud
    • Corruption
  • Litigation support, including but not limited to:
    • Financial valuation of loss
    • Expert witness testimony
    • Opposing report critiques

Contact Us

For more information about these services, please contact:

Director, Principal, Accounting & Outsourced Solutions and Director of Strategic Initiatives and Community Engagement


5 FRAUD TIPS Every Business Leader Should Act On

Organizations worldwide lose an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues to fraud, according to the ACFE’s 2016 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse.
The good news? There are some basic steps your organization can take immediately to lessen your vulnerability to fraud.



The most cost-effective way to limit fraud losses is to prevent fraud from occurring in the first place. This checklist is designed to help you test the effectiveness of your fraud prevention measures. For more information and resources, visit


ACFE Video_common computer and internet fraud schemes from ID Insight on Vimeo.

 Response to Fraud
Organizations can respond to fraud internally, through civil litigation, and by referring the case to law enforcement.
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 Profile of a Fraudster
ACFE’s study includes perpetrator data from more than 2,000 fraud cases, which can help organizations assess fraud risk in their own workforces.