Forensic Investigations 

When suspicions of fraud, or bribery and corruption, or financial misconduct and mismanagement surface, specialist independent investigation, support and advice is required to quickly and effectively deal with these issues.

Contact

Michael Peer

Michael Peer

Partner, CEE Forensic

+420 222 123 359

Viliam Kaceriak

Viliam Kaceriak

Senior Manager

+421 2 5998 4888

Lubica Vandakova

Lubica Vandakova

Senior Manager

+421 2 5998 4428

Tibor Havlik

Tibor Havlik

Manager

+421 2 5998 4463

 

Investigations of alleged fraud, corruption, financial irregularities and misconduct

 

How can we help you

  • We identify and investigate unexpected behavior to discover the facts of suspected fraudulent activity within or against organizations.
  • Our cost effective investigations help management understand what has happened, maximize recoveries with minimum cost and provide evidence for use in future proceedings.
  • This can include investigating theft of intellectual property and other intangible assets, investigating and tracing transactions, and working towards tracing, seizing, or obtaining forfeiture of funds and assets.

 

 

Regulatory: Investigations relating to compliance with regulations or legislation

 

How can we help you

  • Regulations and legislation, if breached, may result in serious consequences to companies including substantive costs. In today’s world, companies are increasingly subject to local, national and international scrutiny.
  • KPMG Forensic are able to assist companies in preventing such breaches from occurring.
  • Examples of such regulatory investigations include the misuse of personal data, the payment of bribes to foreign public officials, the laundering of money derived from illicit means, activities that may be deemed as anti-competitive, and the establishment of cartels.
  • Our investigations are cost effective, robust, comprehensive and independent.

Anti-bribery Assurance (pdf)

Anti-bribery Assurance (pdf)
Embedding appropriate anti-bribery processes throughout your business may reduce the risk of prosecution and other penalties

Typical fraudster

Typical fraudster
Who is the typical fraudster?” analyses characteristics of frauds based on 348 cases investigated by KPMG across 69 countries.