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Schilit is founder of the Financial Shenanigans Detection Group, LLC, and an international leader in forensic accounting and corporate governance. He has been a leading spokesman before Congress, the SEC, and media outlets about causes and early warning signs of accounting tricks in public filings and frequently lectures to university students, investors, bankers, lawyers, and insurers.
Schilit holds a doctorate degree in accounting from the University of Maryland. We were not able to record your PL credits. Please try again.
Financial Shenanigans is invaluable reading for market participants seeking to identify deceptive behavior in company financial statements. The authors teach forensic financial statement analysis in an easy-to-digest format with lots of war stories. Guaranteed to help investors in their quest to avoid ticking time bombs in their portfolios. Siegel, board member, Financial Accounting Standards Board. Financial Shenanigans teaches all of us fraud-detection-made-easy. This new edition is a classic and better than ever.
Financial Shenanigans: How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks & Fraud in Financial Reports
Financial shenanigans are actions designed to misrepresent the true financial performance or financial position of a company or entity. Financial shenanigans may also include taking independent fraudulent actions, creating fraudulent entities, or building Ponzi Schemes. Depending on the scope of the shenanigans, the repercussions may include a steep sell-off in the stock, bankruptcy , dissolution, shareholder lawsuits, or possibly jail time for those involved. There are a multitude of ways individuals and entities can be involved in financial shenanigans.