08 Aug

Behavior of Upper Level Executives Who Commit Fraud

A while back we talked about behavioral red flags of fraud, which are the signs that someone might be involved in a fraud at work. Some of the most common red flags are living a lifestyle that exceeds a person’s earnings and unusual attitudes on the job (being combative, possessive of their work, etc.)

The same red flags don’t necessarily apply to upper-level executives, or they’re just not as easy to spot. In this video, Tracy talks about some of the warning signs we might see with top executives who are committing fraud. Most commonly, we see a higher level of greed and arrogance when committing fraud (which, coincidentally, may lead to the person’s downfall).

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