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Clear and focused attention with Forensic
In today’s fast-changing environment, threats such as fraud, corruption and money laundering are very real and carry with them potentially significant reputational, financial and criminal impacts.
Deloitte Forensic helps our clients react quickly and confidently during a moment that matters during a crisis, regulatory matter, investigation or dispute.
With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth, we are able to service the whole Australian market by mobilising our people quickly and efficiently. Our large team of dedicated Forensic practitioners enables us to leverage our approach to provide competitive pricing, commercial solutions and immediate responses to your needs. Our expert team includes experienced forensic accountants, subject matter experts, auditors, lawyers, forensic technologists, corporate investigators, ex-law enforcement officers and former regulators.
In supporting our clients on complex matters we draw on our global network, deep industry experience and advanced analytical technology to understand and resolve issues and deliver proactive advice needed to reduce the risk of future problems.
We can help you deal with:
- Reputational, criminal and financial impacts
- Legal disputes such as class action lawsuits that may result in liability, claims and settlements
- Security breaches
- Regulatory inspections.
We help clients react quickly and confidently in a crisis, investigation or dispute. We use our global network, deep industry experience and advanced analytical technology to understand and resolve issues. We deliver the proactive advice needed to reduce the risk of future problems.
Our global network allows us to combine an understanding of local business cultures and regulatory issues to leave the clients better prepared to protect their assets and reputation.
Having in place our 24/7 independently managed hotline ‘Whistleblower’ can provide an early warning system to allow management to intervene and resolve issues before they become major threats to an organisation and is widely seen as a hallmark of good corporate governance.