Dear Jane Doe (The victim and perpetrator’s names changed to protect the guilty!) is a bright, successful businesswoman. How did she become a victim of fraud? Join Forensic Restitution this Thursday, 30th July, at 1 pm (Toronto time) for this week’s topic: fraud from a victim’s perspective. In this 30-minute open discussion led by Tamara […]
Can you spot a fraudster in your company? Like most, your answer may be no. Join Forensic Restitution on July 16 at 1pm for this week’s topic on Profiling Fraudsters and learn from the experts about this valuable tool in your Fraud-fighting Toolkit. In this 30-minute open discussion led by Simon Padgett, Forensic expert and […]
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Behind on training this year? Employees and teams need to make up CPD? Forensic Restitutions Specialists have decades of experience in all matters of Forensic Accounting and Investigations. We have collectively conducted Fraud and Corruption and related Accounting and Auditing training events and conference presentations in over 40 countries, transferring huge amounts of knowledge, experience […]
In uncertain times, many businesses are shut down, but will their business interruption policy kick in? Business interruption or BI losses are less tangible than direct physical losses. The insured needs to un understand the wording of the policy and how it affects the loss calculation. Both the nature of the loss and the specifics […]
Financial statement fraud is big business. The pressure to keep up the appearance that a company is doing well is immense. This type of fraud is unique. Usually, a large number of people are involved, with the benefit of the fraud realized by the participants in gains on the stock exchange, bonuses for meeting targets, […]
Modern technology is great, however it’s an unwilling partner in many a fraudster’s toolkit. False identification can be created quickly for use in various fraudulent schemes. The equipment required is fairly basic: just a little plastic card printer and photo-editing software. It’s scary that these realistic ID cards can pass scrutiny. CTV recently broke a story […]
Cyber fraud is one of the fastest growing frauds around the globe. We recognize the importance of ensuring your business is set up to diminish the chance of losses occurring due to cyber fraud. We have partnered with specialists in this field who offer cyber fraud services from assessment and education to prevention. For more information contact […]
eDiscovery refers to the hosting, searching and production of relevant records in legal proceedings such as litigation, government investigations, or Freedom of Information Act requests, where the information sought is in electronic format. Electronic discovery is subject to rules of civil procedure and agreed-upon processes, often involving review for privilege and relevance before data are turned over to the requesting party.
“Anton Piller” type orders are ex parte orders for the preservation of documents, where there is a likelihood that the documents will be destroyed were the investigation to be declared. Our team of professionals have helped in drafting the application of these orders and have assisted the ISS in the execution of the order.