Higher Ed Advisor: navigating your institution’s fraud risk landscape
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From improving enrollment to attaining student and institutional success, higher education is experiencing the need to transform at an accelerating rate. This evolving and competitive environment creates not only opportunities for colleges and universities to differentiate themselves, but also opens doors to commit fraud that could harm an institution’s reputation and derail the path towards achieving fiscal resiliency.  

Jonathan Marks, leader of Baker Tilly’s global fraud and forensic investigations and compliance practice, joins us in this fiscal resiliency episode to discuss fraud risk in higher education. We explore why fraud happens, internal and external pressures leaders and their institutions face that lead to acts of fraud, the relationship between fraud and reporting data for national rankings and other topics for institutions to consider to proactively detect and prevent fraud risks.  

Don’t miss Jonathan’s key takeaways: ten “red flags” that help leaders assess and determine the level of fraud risk within their institution. 

View more fraud risk resources for higher education institutions: https://www.bakertilly.com/specialties/fraud-and-forensic-investigations

View more fiscal resiliency resources for higher education institutions: https://www.bakertilly.com/insights/fiscal-resiliency-resources-for-higher-education

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