Losses in Irish Businesses Due to Fraud & Abuse
Our research has found that there is a worryingly low level of awareness of relevant legislation.
Helping companies manage ethics, compliance and legal issues.
All businesses, regardless of where they operate, are exposed to risks that could have damaging reputation or financial impacts. When corporate ethics, compliance, legal or financial issues arise, anywhere in the world, our local and global team of corporate investigation specialists are there to provide tailored, case-specific solutions.
Our team have assisted organisations and their legal advisers with assignments in more than 100 countries, relating to some of the following issues:
Our team consists of individuals with expertise gained from working for international companies, local and international regulators, international agencies, law enforcement and consulting firms.
Our team also specialise in advising on speak up/whistleblowing programmes and investigating protected disclosures.
Mazars delivers quality, consistency and value across the globe. We deliver this by listening to your needs and then assembling a core team of individuals from relevant countries or regions around the world. Using our specialist forensic and investigation teams in 20 locations, our experienced investigators in more than 40 countries and our internal audit, internal control and accounting capabilities in 89 countries, we can support any investigation.
To provide case-specific solutions, our team can also draw on a wide range of in-house expertise located in 89 countries, including Forensic Accounting, Forensic Technology , Data Analytics, Internal Audit and Internal Control teams .
Post-investigation, Mazars can support a remediation plan with a business process or internal control reviews, internal audits, and anti-bribery and corruption reviews, or help with ethics and compliance framework design and implementation.
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Whistleblowing is now a household topic that we have seen come to the fore in Ireland in recent years. In the aftermath of the collapse of the international banking system, the Protective Disclosures Act 2014 was passed. This robust piece of Irish legislation has served to influence other countries around the world. Justin Moran, Director of Forensic and Investigation Services, Mazars and John Devitt, Chief Executive, Transparency International Ireland discuss the current state of Irish white collar crime, the need to tackle fraud and corruption and the importance of creating a safe environment for Whistleblowers to speak up.
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