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Forensic 

KPMG Forensic’s 2600-strong global network of experienced professionals use accounting, investigation, intelligence, technology, economics and deep industry skills alongside consistent global methodologies to help reduce reputational risk and commercial loss, and to improve the value obtained from existing contracts.

Contact

Petrus Marais

Petrus Marais

Global Forensics Leader

+27 21 408 7026

Global Anti-Money Laundering Survey 2014

Global Anti-Money Laundering Survey 2014
KPMG explores the ways in which organizations are preventing, detecting, and responding to anti-money laundering compliance risks.

Cross-border investigations: Are you prepared for the challenge?

Cross-border investigations
KPMG’s insights on conducting cross-border investigations based on the experience of investigations professionals around the world.

Global profiles of the fraudster: White-collar crime – present and future

Global profiles
KPMG analysis of 596 fraudsters member firms investigated and the constantly changing nature of fraud and the fraudster.

General Counsel Survey 2012

general counsel survey
KPMG has produced its first Global General Counsel Survey-Beyond the Law.

Anti-Corruption Commissions: Taking a serious approach to tackling corruption

Anti-Corruption Commissions
This document outlines some of our findings and insights from our work in the field of Bribery and Corruption.

High Wire Act

High Wire Act

Assessing and Managing Bribery and Corruption Risks in High-Growth Markets.

The changing nature of business has created new opportunities, but also new risks and potential threats including:


  • the increasing sophistication of fraud, organized crime and terrorism more complex legislation and regulations, some with increasing extra-territorial reach
  • developing challenges around technology
  • complex cross-border disputes
  • pitfalls from expanding into emerging markets
  • dependencies on unfamiliar business partners more complex supply and distribution channels
  • theft and misuse of intellectual property.

Organizations that effectively monitor and swiftly respond to potentially damaging situations such as these are better placed to deal with them quickly and successfully, while reducing adverse financial, reputational or operational impact.

How KPMG Forensic can help

We offer robust, practical advice, helping our firms' clients deal with:


  • fraud, misconduct and corruption investigations
  • tracing funds, assets, companies and individuals
  • commercial disputes
  • regulatory compliance
  • managing risk on buying or selling a business
  • intellectual property and contract governance
  • preventing and detecting fraud or financial crime.

We can also deploy technology tools to help clients deal effectively with large amounts of data and documentation, to manage and disclose important material or highlight fraud, weaknesses and business opportunities from within corporate data.


KPMG Forensic aims to provide our firms' clients with the tools and services they need to keep on top of the major risks they face.

Global presence

Our network of over 2600 forensic professionals work in 37 accredited practices within KPMG member firms around the world. The network brings a consistent global approach, combined with a tailored local focus, to sensitive and complicated cross-border engagements.


KPMG Forensic is a trusted adviser to some of the world's leading enterprises. Our teams are located in the major developed markets as well as the key emerging economies in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, South America, Africa, The Middle East and Asia.