Our investigative approach leverages our deep law enforcement, regulatory, and industry experience to create efficient, practical, and creative approaches to complex international and domestic financial crime investigations. Our team capitalizes on years of investigative experience in matters involving alleged violations of internal controls, regulatory requirements, or criminal laws. We have conducted a variety of investigations in the U.S. and abroad, involving potential violations of U.S. economic sanctions, AML laws and regulations, anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws, fraud and securities fraud statutes, and Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) rules. Additionally, Guidehouse is regularly called upon to trace assets, conduct forensic accounting reviews of books and records, and conduct due diligence on persons and companies. Guidehouse often delivers the results of these investigations to government authorities.
Our investigators include former law enforcement officials and regulators, as well as research professionals with extensive backgrounds in regulatory compliance and financial crime investigations, who speak numerous foreign languages, including Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Guidehouse is routinely called upon to help companies resolve these investigative matters:
- Complex financial investigations
- Anti-bribery and corruption compliance
- Investigative due diligence
- Accountability reviews
- Cross-border tax and FATCA
- Fraud and other criminal activity
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