Having the appropriate mechanisms in place to ensure timely and appropriate detection of and response to known/suspected fraud, corruption, or unethical behavior is critical to minimizing the impact of such activities. Our team of CPA, CFE, and CISA-certified professionals assist clients in performing assessments to detect and/or respond to known or suspected fraudulent activity.
Have you identified unusual activity that may be indicative of fraud? Do you have concern over lack of segregation of duties that gives too much authority to certain individuals? GRF’s team of Certified Fraud Examiners, Certified Public Accountants, and Certified Information Systems Auditors helps clients perform detailed financial fraud investigations, with accounting and information technology testing over controls to identify and quantify fraud. Our fraud forensics team assists clients in navigating sensitive situations through performance of testing, reporting on findings, and communicating with internal/external parties on next steps.
Has your organization fallen victim to fraud and you’re not sure how it happened? Is money missing, data lost/compromised, and/or assets misappropriated, and you can’t figure out what went wrong? A root cause analysis will help to define what controls failed to prevent/detect fraud, identify a potential culprit, and provide recommendations to alleviate the opportunity for this to happen in the future.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners 2022 Report to the Nations notes that 42% of frauds were detected by tips. Having an anonymous channel to report known/suspected fraudulent activity is critical to minimizing your organization’s exposure and limiting the impact of fraud through timely detection. GRF can assist in providing forensic accounting experts to properly document, investigate, and report on whistleblower allegations received through your reporting mechanisms. Learn More
Senior Manager, Risk & Advisory Services