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Financial Crimes

There is no specific form of financial crime, but a practically infinite number of crimes and activities which, when combined, exploit the complicacies of modern day financial activity for financial gain. Some examples include:  

  • Key employees who leave, taking many of their co-workers with them
  • Inventory discrepancies
  • Theft of Know-how
  • Patent and copyright infringement
  • Improper conduct of executive staff
  • External offering of Services
  • Revealing company secrets
  • Unfair Competition
  • Bugging

Many financial crimes are easy to predict and can be avoided with a simple monitoring system. This does not necessarily need to involve electronic surveillance equipment, even though that often seems to be quite successful.

But the heart of such a system of protection is the implementation of a constantly updated internal monitoring and control practice, so that any procedural gaps are covered.

Once a company has fallen victim of such a crime, it is important not only to identify the culprits, but also the exact methods they used and the harm done, therefore

1. guaranteeing that there will be no circumstances allowing a similar occurrence in the future

2. crisis management, both internally and externally

We are able to offer an effective and discreet service to all of the above issues, especially in prevention.