CRI Group’s global team of Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) are highly trained in uncovering fraud. From cases including money laundering, embezzlement, cash theft, asset misappropriation, bribery and corruption, contract and procurement fraud, our investigators have seen it all – and they have helped organizations around the world get to the bottom of suspected cases of fraud.
In any situation where fraud is suspected, it is crucial that experts be brought in as soon as possible to help unravel the facts of the case. For one thing, there are various laws (depending on the country and jurisdiction) that govern the rules of gathering evidence and interviewing witnesses. Also, any evidence that is mishandled or collected improperly can negatively impact an investigation and hurt the chances of a resolution. At CRI Group, our goal is to uncover the facts – and if fraud has occurred, we work with you to find the best solution and attempt to recover the ill-gotten funds for your organisation.
How We Work With You
CRI Group’s investigators understand the patterns of fraud and are trained to recognise the elements of fraud characteristics and where they might come into play at any organisation. It is through this knowledge that we can help you uncover the trail of fraud and help bring about a quick and successful resolution.
CRI Group works directly with your key personnel to lead and conduct fraud 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’s certified fraud examiners bring objective and independent expertise to auditing your fraud prevention program, employing services that encompass:
- Review and assessment of your current fraud risk management program, including policies, procedures, controls, reporting functions, responsibilities assignment and investigative requirements to identify the organisation’s susceptibility to fraud and vulnerability by the department.
- Developing fraud prevention measures and implementing anti-fraud controls.
- Defining detection methods that encompass internal audits, suspicious transaction reporting, whistle-blower strategies, and program enforcement.
- Re-engineering targeted job functions or internal controls to mesh with refinements in the fraud risk management program.