In today’s fast-changing world, organisations need to effectively manage the costs and risks of complying with new regulations and enforcement activity whilst taking advantage of market opportunities.
Fraud, financial crime, commercial disputes, litigation, and growing data security and regulatory requirements can imperil your organisation’s integrity and reputation, undermine confidence, and attract regulatory intervention as well as negative media attention.
How KPMG can help
We help assess, design, and implement internal controls and compliance programs to mitigate vulnerabilities to fraud and misconduct and assist in the prevention, detection, and response to fraud, corruption, waste, abuse, and other forms of misconduct.
Fraud and Misconduct
Prevention — Dectection — Response
- Designing, implementing and evaluating ethics and compliance programs and related anti-fraud compliance policies and systems (“Anti-Fraud Compliance Program”) and process-specific controls to address potential fraud risks
- Assessment of fraud and misconduct risks
- Creation and deployment of anti-fraud training programs
- Designing forensic data analysis tests to detect anomalies, patterns, trends and potential red flags that are traditionally indicative of fraud or other misconduct
- Understanding investigation objectives and conducting detailed inquiries and examinations
- Using data-analytic techniques in investigations
- Identifying appropriate remedial actions
- Assessing prospective and existing business partners and other counterparties
- Evaluating potential merger or acquisition targets
- Establishing the representations and reputations of suppliers, joint venture partners and licensees
- Reviewing new or existing customers
- Helping organisations rapidly respond to data needs in disputes, investigations, and regulatory and internal reviews
- Using data analytics tools to link and analyze multiple data streams, including journal entries, account payables and receivables, inventory, payroll, procurement, sales, expenses and information captured through the organisation’s supply chain, to detect anomalies, patterns, trends and potential red flags that are traditionally indicative of fraud or other misconduct
Helping organisations prevent, detect, and respond to anti-bribery and corruption concerns
Assisting banks, non-banking financial institutions and designated non-financial businesses and professions to further develop and enhance their financial crime management programs (including anti-money laundering and sanctions programs) to help ensure compliance and efficient delivery across the organisation and to remediate significant breakdowns that may arise, whether self-identified or as a result of regulatory action
Advising organisations on the suitable framework, operating model, methodology and tools for an effective Third-Party Risk Management program