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We help our clients to act quickly and confidently in a crisis, investigation or dispute. We use our network, deep industry experience and advanced analytical technology to understand and resolve issues. We deliver the proactive advice that clients need to reduce the risk of problems.
How we can help
As corporate and personal finances get stretched, people may be more tempted to commit fraud to benefit themselves or to falsify financial results. Evidence suggests that the average organisation may be losing the equivalent of 5% of its annual turnover to fraud, so it is essential that businesses react rapidly and appropriately to any suspicion of fraud or misconduct.
Our Deloitte forensic team has experience in all types of forensic investigations and in helping organisations manage and reduce the risks of fraud.
Our team provides the full range of forensic services, including:
Recent Insights and Thought Leadership
How to spot possible fraud
Throughout the numerous fraud investigations we have carried out, we have identified a list of common themes or ‘red flags’. Any one of these could indicate that a possible fraud is taking place. Being alert to red flags and responding appropriately can assist you to detect fraud earlier and in some cases prevent fraud occurring altogether.
The Role of the Forensic Accountant in Mediation
Many commercial disputes are the subject of complex litigation, however a number of these disputes are being resolved through mediation and other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). In recent years the Courts in Ireland have increasingly invited parties to use mediation to resolve commercial disputes
Your 10-point plan on how to combat fraud and corruption in your organisation
"Effective management of fraud and corruption risks should focus on the key areas of prevention, detection and response. The unfortunate reality is that perpetrators of fraud are constantly adapting their approach and managing the risk of fraud within organisations requires constant monitoring and assessment.”