Investigating Fraud & Regulatory Issues
Fraud and other business risks, such as regulatory noncompliance, financial irregularities, computer crime and employee misconduct can result in major financial loss, and pose serious regulatory and reputational risks.
Frequently, organizations do not take adequate measures to prevent fraud, and when problems are discovered, many are unprepared to respond appropriately to minimize the damage.
Kroll works with clients to determine how a fraudulent incident occurred, who was responsible and how to plan and implement an asset recovery or loss mitigation strategy, including preparing reports for regulatory authorities, law enforcement and civil litigation. Kroll is a leading investigator of regulatory breaches, having advised on some of the largest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and anti-bribery cases of recent years.
How Kroll Can Help