Solving white-collar crime requires proven specialists able to work across national borders
Companies and business relationships are becoming increasingly complex and unmanageable, thereby opening up vulnerabilities to unlawful acts. Forensic & Investigations pursues fraud investigation to uncover and prevent white-collar crime as well as to enforce and/or avoid damage claims. We guarantee you an independent determination of the facts in suspected cases. We conduct special investigations for you, such as embezzlement audits, and ascertain and document the suffered damages.
Why Warth & Klein Grant Thornton?
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Nowadays, digital evidence represents a fundamental element of almost every investigation. With our IT Forensic Team, we secure and analyze this evidence in a way that will stand up in court to support the investigation. In addition, we conduct our own investigations of IT security breaches and cybercrime and offer a complete service portfolio for successful eDiscovery and structured data analyses (Data Analytics). Background research is indispensable for forensic investigations. For example, it reveals previously unknown relationships between persons and companies and tracks the transfer of assets or items abroad (Asset Tracing). Moreover, we conduct Business Partner Screenings to enable you to make an applicable compliance estimation of possible new domestic and foreign-based partners. For arbitration, court judicial and party expert opinions, we offer specialized solutions for accounting, company valuation (Expert Witness/Dispute Resolution) and insolvency issues (Liquidator Support). We execute every assignment with specially assembled teams. The specific knowledge and ability of our experts guarantees that we can competently answer your questions across industries on an international level.
- Fraud Investigation & Remedation
- Asset Tracing
- Business Partner Screening & Integrity
- Expert Witness/Dispute Resolution
- IT Forensic & Data Analytics
- Liquidator Support