Forensic Services

"There are risks and costs to any program of action. But they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable inaction."

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Although Luxembourg is a highly regulated and politically stable country, fraudsters are usually where you least expect them. At a time when fraud, corporate responsibility regulations and deterrent measures are being reinforced, fraud can have a dramatic impact on businesses. It can damage business reputation; result in high penalties, a suspension of the right to do business, private law suits and disruptions of business.

When financial crime of fraud occurs in companies, those charged with governance are faced with issues which differ from those they are used to handle.

Our team can help you anticipate fraud and prevent a crisis or be by your side to find out what really is happening when you suspect the worst. Our forensic investigators, accounting professionals, computer forensic specialists, engineers and other experts can support you in investigating, analysing and resolving a potential crisis as well as preventing a bigger one.
 

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Forensic Services: Managing investigating and remediating economic crime

Forensic Services: Managing investigating and remediating economic crime

Economic crime remains one of the greatest threats for businesses worldwide as it drains earnings. It exposes both companies and their senior management to criminal and civil liability. And worst of all, it can significantly damage companies’ most valuable assets - their reputation and their brand value as demonstrated by recent scandals

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Time to change tack: A need for new thinking by the Financial Services industry

Time to change tack: A need for new thinking by the Financial Services industry

We have been performing a global survey of economic crime since 2001, and despite significantly increasing investment in compliance and being continuously under the scrutiny of regulators in that time, 46% of respondents in the Financial Services industry reported being victims of economic crime in the last 24 months, an increase from 45% reported in 2014.

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Michael Weis
Partner, Forensic Services and Financial Crime Leader, PwC Luxembourg
Tel: +352 49 48 48 4153
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