Understanding fraud and managing the associated risks are fundamental when seeking to build a robust and deliverable business strategy. Improving the performance of your business through a corporate-wide application of a fraud deterrence strategy is the essence of good corporate governance. Managing the higher risk areas of the business can help ensure that potential frauds are prevented and any reputation risks are managed. When fraud does occur, there is an opportunity to prevent the dissipation of the proceeds of the act, to capture any necessary evidence, and to attempt to recover the assets.
Business Loss Analysis and Forensic Accounting is used to confirm or refute the existence of fraud or other serious irregularities.
Fraud Loss Quantification and Investigation is used to quantify actual and consequential losses and damages and to identify those responsible for the act.
Asset Tracing identifies the proceeds or other assets of the perpetrators. It is used to locate individuals and entities and trace laundered or otherwise concealed funds or assets against which recoveries may be realized.
Fraud Prevention and Control Systems Design is used to identify inefficient operating practices and provide recommendations for the implementation of electronic, operational and administrative control systems specifically designed to minimize future losses.
We have the capability to participate in large document management cases through our alliances with other practitioners.
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