Fraud and Forensic Examinations
Fraud is a persistent and pressing issue in the modern world, and individuals are not the only ones susceptible. Businesses can also fall prey to fraud, both internally and externally, with consequences stretching further than to just cost and expense. The negative fallout can cause untold misery for honest employees and directors, while damage to reputation is something from which a business may never recover.
Here at UNW, we are ideally equipped to provide a range of in-depth forensic services that will ensure the safety of your business, from fraud investigation and dispute resolution, to criminal investigations, anti-money laundering and matrimonial claims and settlements.
By ensuring that client processes and practices are strong and that staff are encouraged to identify and report any suspected fraudulent activity, our forensic team helps to minimise risk and protect your business from the repercussions of fraud. Other services we offer cover for include internal audit, tax fraud, VAT fraud, fraud response planning and fraud policies.
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