Financial Investigations

CRI Group understands that corporate fraud can often be a complex crime, requiring a high degree of investigative expertise to ensure that evidence is gathered and handled correctly, interviews are conducted effectively and laws are carefully followed in the course of the investigation.

CRI Group works directly with your key personnel to lead and conduct internal investigations, including your board of directors, audit committee, ethics and compliance officers, general and in-house counsel, corporate security, human resources, and C-level executives.

CRI Group is working with companies worldwide, conducting corporate investigations that have pertained to a variety of criminal activity, including:

  • Accounting Fraud
  • Corporate Fraud
  • Asset Misappropriation
  • Theft of Physical Assets
  • Data Manipulation or Data Theft
  • Internal & External Corruption
  • Drug Use In The Workplace
  • Embezzlement
  • Conflicts of Interest
  • Kickback Schemes
  • Personal Threats or Sexual Harassment
  • Expense Manipulation
  • Procurement Fraud
  • Violations of Codes of Conduct
  • Third-Party Fraud
  • Mistreatment of Staff
  • Whistle-Blower Complaints
  • Intellectual Property Infringement

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