During this era of economic decline and job loss, fraud is increasing. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), a typical organization loses 5% of its revenue to fraud each year. Twenty percent of those reporting cases state that fraud costs their firm at least $1 million.
The major goal of a financial investigation is to identify and document specific events involving the movement of money during the course of a crime. Pinkerton’s Forensic Accounting team can determine every aspect of money movement to help you “follow the money” including:
Pinkerton offers an existing national network of forensic accountants for cost effective investigative services as well as trained specialists in select locations around the globe.
Organizations with weak compliance policies and little audit or enforcement functionality can become victims of the undetected fraudster. Areas of vulnerability include payroll fraud, expense reporting, contract bidding, false invoicing and other white collar crime vehicles. Pinkerton’s forensic accountants can help you implement anti-money laundering techniques and assist you with risk management related to fraud by:
To learn more about our Forensic Accounting Services, contact Pinkerton today.