KPMG’s forensic accounting services help prevent and detect fraud, misconduct, breaches of rules and regulations, and prevent and resolve disputes.
KPMG’s forensic accounting services help prevent fraud, misconduct, breaches of rules.
As criminal and commercial threats to organisational integrity proliferate, preventative action and effective, measured responses become critical.
Fraud, corporate crime, commercial disputes, litigation, and growing data security and regulatory requirements can imperil your organisation’s integrity and reputation, undermine confidence, and attract regulatory intervention as well as negative media attention.
“Our forensic accountants will support you in the prevention, detection and response to criminal and fraudulent activity and assist you to reduce exposure to commercial loss through effective dispute resolution.”
– Gary Gill
How we can help
KPMG Forensic helps clients reduce reputational risk and commercial loss. By applying forensic accounting, investigation, intelligence, technology and industry skills we can help prevent and resolve commercial disputes, fraud, misconduct, and breaches of rules and regulations.
We establish the facts, collect and preserve evidence, assist recoveries and lay a foundation for criminal or civil action. Our ability to undertake covert and overt investigations spans national borders and can embrace multiple jurisdictions, often using our dedicated Forensic Technology expertise.
We help clients to avoid costly and unnecessary disputes and litigation. When things go wrong, we have experienced independent experts to assist them to obtain a successful resolution by providing independent, authoritative and objective analysis of the accounting and financial complexities involved in litigation and the resolution of commercial disputes.
Our services include:
KPMG Forensic in Australia is part of an international network of over 2500 forensic accounting professionals working in 31 accredited practices within KPMG member firms around the world.
The network brings a consistent global approach, combined with a tailored local focus, to sensitive and complicated cross-border engagements.
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