Sustainable prevention instead of reaction - white-collar crime is not a trivial offense

Forensic investigations are often required in litigation, lawsuits, litigation and hearings in criminal and civil law. In these cases, the systematic search, analysis and content-related evaluation of information is required. Using in practice accepted methods, techniques and systems, I particularly support courts, public prosecutors, insurance companies and banks in all phases of these investigations, from finding important (data) traces to detailed evaluation and evaluation of facts in comparison to standard market and industry conditions. With the help of my accounting knowledge combined with my investigative skills, I am able to assist you, especially when it comes to the assessment of possible financial losses or fidelity claims.

Individual Services

  • Preparation of court-assessable reports of forensic results
     
  • Review, analysis and content-related evaluation of evidence
     
  • Development of a forensic concept for computer-aided data analysis when processing large amounts of data
     
  • Assessment of possible financial losses or fidelity claims
     
  • Regular review of implemented preventive measures for appropriateness
     
  • Support in the implementation of possible prevention measures
     
  • Establishment of regular management reporting based on defined key figures (economic crime indicators)

What is meant by "white-collar crime"?

A brief overview

White-collar crimes are offences against companies (rarely also against private individuals) with the aim of making financial gains.

This includes crimes such as
    • Money Laundering
    • Fraud
    • Corruption
    • Incorrect accounting
    • Industrial espionage
    • Infidelity
    • Cybercrime
    • and much more.

My area of responsibility as an expert includes the preparation of an expertise of the incident on the one hand and the implementation of preventive measures in order to combat possible crime risks on the other side - while the investigation of the crime falls under the responsibility of the police authorities and the assessment of the degree of the crime and the associated sentence is the responsibility of lawyers and judges.
In order to avoid loopholes, such as a lack of measures to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing, there is a need for legitimacy and sanction checks in conformity with the law. I am happy to assist you in the setup and implementation of effective procedures.
More information on white-collar crime can also be obtained from the Economic Crimes Office.

More Information on white-collar crime can also be obtained from the Economic Crimes Office.

 


My customers from the areas of financial services, law, health, restaurants and other services include companies such as