Steve Giles
MA (Oxon), ACA

Steve qualified with Deloitte & Touche in 1983. From 1990 he specialised in special projects & forensics (including headline cases such as Polly Peck & BCCI), working on a variety of governance, risk management, fraud assignments both in the UK and abroad. Steve left Deloittes in 1997 and since then has built up a track record of success on an independent basis in helping executives, through risk-based techniques, to find solutions to a variety of unusual business problems. In doing so, he has often worked with internal audit departments and has been Head of Internal Audit, on an interim basis, for two large clients Steve has developed extensive training expertise and he lectures frequently on his specialist topics in the UK and around the world. Steve has now written his first book called “Managing Fraud Risk”, published by John Wiley & Sons on 1 November 2012. The book examines the topical problem of corporate fraud (what it is, who commits it and why) and sets out the best ways for directors and managers to prevent, detect and investigate fraud. The book is packed full of practical advice and highlights those anti-fraud controls that work best in practice. Steve makes extensive use of case studies and examples (both of headline scandals and also cases drawn from his own extensive investigation experience) to illustrate the lessons that organisations need to learn in order to minimise fraud risk.

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