Fraud & Forensic Advisory

INSPIRED TO ANSWER THE TOUGH QUESTIONS

With an experienced team by your side, you don't have to face fraud or uncertainty alone.

With an experienced team by your side, you don't have to face fraud or uncertainty alone.

Identifying and recovering from fraud can be complicated and stressful. Your organization's reputation is on the line, and your trust has been betrayed. Fraud and forensic accountants understand your fears. They'll work tirelessly to uncover and report the facts, document your case, explain complexities and serve as experts in litigation.

 

Our experienced professionals know the ins and outs of fraud and other financial abnormalities, and we're prepared to help you navigate your complex financial concerns. Approaching each situation with care, we use proven forensic methodologies to help you uncover the facts and build the strongest case.

Latest Insights

September 3, 2019
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A fraud scheme in a parts department offers a good example of why internal controls are so important.
July 22, 2019
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April 17, 2019
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Forensic accounting and an audit may seem like the same thing, but there are significant differences. Here are some examples of how forensic accounting goes beyond numbers to find the truth.
March 28, 2019
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The right cyber insurance policy can help protect businesses from catastrophic financial losses, lawsuits and more.
March 25, 2019
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Nonprofits are often a target for duplicated websites. Make sure your donors are giving to you and not an imposter.
March 12, 2019
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When fraud is suspected, analyzing your organization’s data can be difficult. A fraud examiner can help you break down the information, so you can detect and prevent questionable activity.

Keep the "Wolves of Embezzlement" Away From Your Merger

You have hired a good mergers and acquisitions (M&A) attorney, identified a business to invest in and you have chosen a company to perform your due diligence work. Everything seems to be on the right path … but, maybe not.

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Jeremy G. Bendewald
Jeremy G. Bendewald
Principal
Jason W. Olson
Jason W. Olson
Forensic Services Partner
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