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Financial Investigations and Forensic Accounting

Uncovering the truth, protecting your business

While competitor and regulatory pressures are challenges business leaders take in stride, what they often do not expect is misconduct from internal or external perpetrators who can severely damage a company’s reputation. For that reason, time is critical to trace the source of the problem, document the evidence, preserve business relationships and minimize the odds of it happening again.

RSM’s forensic accounting and investigation professionals have the skills and experience to unravel even the most intricate financial schemes. Our corporate investigation team routinely handles asset misappropriation, bribery and corruption, embezzlement, financial reporting and fraud cases. We also tackle domestic and cross-border regulatory investigations that may involve the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.S. Bank Secrecy Act or the UK Bribery Act.

We provide financial fraud investigation services in support of bankruptcy litigation or other forms of complex commercial litigation. As highly skilled forensic accountants and investigators, you can rely on us to be your one-stop resource to resolve tough financial investigations.

RSM's forensic accounting and investigative professionals have the skills and experience to resolve high-stakes issues from the board room to the courtroom. Our team’s experience covers a range of areas, including:

  • Anti-money laundering
  • Asset misappropriation investigations
  • Bribery and corruption investigations
  • Digital forensics and incident response
  • Financial disclosure and reporting violations
  • Forensic data analytics
  • Regulatory inquiries and investigations
  • Fraud awareness resources

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