Ponzi Scheme

These schemes involve the payment of purported returns to existing investors from funds contributed by new investors. Ponzi schemes often share common characteristics, such as offering overly consistent returns, unregistered investments, high returns with little or no risk, or secretive or complex strategies.

School of Accounting Executive Program Students will be well-prepared to identify a Ponzi Scheme.  Our professors are some of the most respected fraud-fighters in the industry.  Learn from the best in our Executive Forensic Accounting Masters Program.

March 2015

Forensic Accounting and Famous Cases

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Forensic accounting has a rich and varied history in the United States and beyond, serving in valuable roles within local and federal law enforcement, in corporate finance, and even with private investigators. From analyzing and reviewing records to assisting

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