Forensic

Forensic

The Forensic team at KPMG helps clients prevent, discover and handle cases of misconduct.

The Forensic team at KPMG helps clients prevent, discover and handle cases of misconduct.

Complex business activities in a globalized world increase the risk of white-collar crime.

White-collar crimes such as fraud, bribery, money laundering, embezzlement, misappropriation, false accounting, corruption, infringements of competition/antitrust law or espionage can affect any company. In view of this, both private companies and public bodies need to do more to come up with suitable countermeasures. The Forensic team at KPMG helps clients prevent, discover and handle cases of misconduct. The aim is to reduce the risk to clients and minimize any damage resulting from misconduct. The specialists at KPMG work discreetly and closely with clients, stick to the facts of the matter and comply with any provisions set out by the authorities. The Forensic team consists of lawyers, auditors, economists, accountants, psychologists and IT specialists and boasts a wealth of experience in the fields of manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, banking, insurance, governmental and supranational organizations and energy.


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