Assisting clients in achieving the highest levels of business integrity through the prevention, detection, and investigation of fraud and misconduct.
Assisting clients in achieving the highest levels of business integrity
As businesses grow, the vulnerabilities to fraud grow as well. The complexity of today’s business transactions, information and systems provides widespread opportunities for sophisticated employees or managers to engage in unacceptable behavior.
Mergers, acquisitions, downsizing and restructuring, though successful in strategic terms, may create opportunities for fraud and have corrosive impact on corporate loyalty. These and many other factors have contributed to increases in corporate crime and losses in virtually every industry. Without ever knowing it was at risk, a company victimized by fraud can find itself the subject of a criminal or civil investigation. Whether companies survive the experience or emerge stronger from it ultimately depends on the attitudes and internal processes in place to prevent and control fraud.
KPMG Forensic practice was established in order to meet clients’ need for fraud investigation, assets recovery and analysis of complex financial information to the standards demanded in courts of law.
KPMG Forensic offers a spectrum of fraud and related services to assist clients in effectively managing their exposure to corporate crime and other irregularities, react rapidly to emerging issues, resolving disputes and conflicts, maximizing their recoveries from losses, safeguarding their assets and limit damage to reputation. We provide independent, productive, responsive services, together with credible forensic results by applying accounting, financial and other specialized skill sets to the investigation of alleged or suspected fraud, and in implementing an effective strategy to prevent, detect and respond to fraud in an organization.
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