The article is devoted to the problems of identifying, improving areas of prevention and combating corporate fraud. The article explores the dynamics of corporate fraud, and analyzes their classification. The article provides an analysis of the stages of development of international legal regulation of the specified subject area, which allowed to determine the composition and structure of information subject of economic control. In addition, the main methods of corporate fraud are identified. The research methodology was based on the main regulatory legal framework controlling the specified subject area. Based on the results of the study, a refined procedure for detecting fraud and distortion was developed and a model for detecting fraud was developed. A study conducted by the authors revealed that only the regulator and then the law enforcement agencies can give an unambiguous interpretation of actions on fraud and falsification of data in the financial statements of financial sector organizations. But at the same time, the presence of “stop factors” in the organization’s work, signaling signs of fraud and falsification of data in the financial statements, allows to quickly pause the production and business activities of investors and counterparties with this financial institution and avoid larger losses. It is concluded that in the current system of economic control, a number of areas that need significant changes are clearly distinguished.
Our paper focuses on the analysis of the the role of risk management in sustainable hotel chain policy. We tackle the issue of risk evaluation and prevention in hotel industry as a factor of enhancing its entrepreneurial value. Our empirical value-added is based on its own novel survey based on a case study of a chosen company. We evaluate the problem areas of risk management and make suggestions for the hotel optimization procedures based on our results and findings. Furthremore, we compare the outcomes of our research with those of the the studies conducted by the renown foreign companies and focusing on payment discipline and risk management. Our results demonstrate that in order to optimize the cash flow in hotel operations, it is advisable to provide a balanced business mix and improvement of strategic internal processes. Moreover, it appears that for the optimal application of the risk management it is important that a new or updated strategic analysis is conducted annually within the business entity according to the development of both the external and internal environment. Furthremore, financial and payment risks need to be integrated into the formulation of strategic goals so as to identify which of them can put the strategy and its strategic goals at stake.