In order to effectively mitigate fraud risk, organisations need to go on the offensive. One approach is to implement an effective Fraud Risk Management (FRM) program, as outlined in the COSO Fraud Risk Management Guide. While the guide is very comprehensive, some organisations struggle figuring out where to start.

Grant Thornton has co-authored the Anti-Fraud Playbook with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), a practical roadmap for organizations looking to begin, advance, or benchmark their FRM programs against industry best practices.


  • Fraud Risk Management – Ethical Environment
  • Assessing Fraud Risk – Identifying fraud potential and control measures
  • Controlling Fraud Activities – Establishing and implementing robust internal controls
  • Investigating and Handling Misconduct – Swift misconduct investigations
  • Monitoring Fraud Risk – Proactive prevention of all fraud cases