Frequently Asked Questions

Common Fraud Auditing Questions

leonard-vona.jpgLeonard W. Vona is a financial investigator with more than 38 years of diversified auditing and forensic accounting experience, including a distinguished 18-year private industry career. His firm, Fraud Auditing, Inc., advises clients in areas of litigation support, financial investigations, and fraud prevention.

Mr. Vona is the author of Fraud Risk Assessment: Building a Fraud Audit Program, The Fraud Audit: Responding to the Risk of Fraud in Core Business Systems, and Fraud Data Analytics Methodology: The Fraud Scenario Approach to Uncovering Fraud in Core Business Systems published by Wiley.

Do You Have a Fraud Audit Plan Template?
Yes. And implementing this fraud plan template for your organization can help you be prepared to identify fraud should it occur in your company. If you want to learn how to integrate a fraud plan into your internal audit you can schedule some consulting time or train your entire team on fraud auditing.
Can I Book You for a Speaking Engagement?
Yes. Please fill out the contact form and we can discuss the specifics of the speaking engagement.
Do You Offer Fraud Training Workshops?
Yes. You can see the full curriculum of fraud audit training seminars here.
Do You Investigate Corporate Fraud?
If you have detected fraud within your organization and need to hire a fraud investigator, fill out the contact form and I can recommend someone for the role. 
Where Can I Buy Your Books?
My fraud audit books are published by and available for purchase with Wiley
Do Your Training Courses Count for Continuing Education Credits?

Yes. All professional accountants must earn credits to maintain their designation. Participating in a fraud training seminar with Leonard W. Vona is a great way to earn your credits and advance your professional skill set.

These fraud training sessions will help professional accountants, internal auditors and CPA firms uncover and identify fraudulent transactions in core business systems while also providing education credits to reach their Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements.

Fraud Auditing, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education (CPE) on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:  

Do You Offer Resources Besides Training?
Yes, the fraud risk registers are available separately, bundled together as a complete guide of fraud risk statements.