Fraud and Forensics

Fraud prevention and forensic accounting

Fraud is a constant threat to businesses, and often causes considerable financial, reputational and operational cost. Our highly skilled and experienced Fraud and Forensics team can help and support you to both prevent fraud and to deal with it if it happens.

Backed by decades of experience and up-to-the-minute awareness, we advise a wide range of private and public sector clients on fraud prevention and protection, including forensic accounting. Our clients include governments, major national and international companies, and individual victims of fraud.

We advise a wide range of private and public sector clients on fraud prevention and protection, including forensic accounting. 

Comprehensive fraud-prevention services

Our Fraud and Forensics services include:

Forensic accounting

Our forensic accounting specialists explore and analyse information to help with processes including asset tracing, dispute resolution and fraud investigation.

Fraud risk management

Instilling the awareness, behaviours and culture within your organisation that will help prevent fraud, bribery or corruption.

Awareness and education

Bringing the risks of fraud, bribery and corruption into conversation and training, clarifying how it can affect your business and what you can do collectively to avoid it.

Fraud investigations

Our fraud investigators operate all over the world and across a wide range of sectors. With access to experts and resources across the globe, we can provide swift access to affordable protection and mitigation within local legislative frameworks.

Regulatory investigations

We work on behalf of regulators to gather facts and assist with decisions relating to further action, such as supervisory services or imposing an enforcement sanction.

Business intelligence

One of the major challenges with due diligence is verifying customers or suppliers reliably. Our Fraud and Forensic team can provide discreet and accurate information to help you assess risks and make the right decisions.

Contentious insolvency litigation

This typically involves action against entities or individuals under the Insolvency Act 1986.

Class action claim

We act on behalf of claimants in civil actions, seeking damages in relation to legal claims. In partnership with legal advisors and claims funders, we seek and facilitate successful resolutions on a no win/no fee basis.

How can we help you?

To find out more, or to arrange a conversation about how we can support your business’s success, get in touch today.