Guidehouse’s team of white collar crime investigators help clients with matters involving allegations or suspicions of potential fraud, misconduct, or violations of regulatory requirements. We’ve applied our investigative skills in financial situations relating to allegations of:
- Money laundering and asset forfeiture;
- Bribery and corruption;
- Tax fraud;
- Securities fraud;
- Procurement fraud;
- False billings; and
- Bank fraud.
Our team of professionals includes former law enforcement professionals such as Special Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) and Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation (“IRS – CI”), former federal and state prosecutors, certified public accountants, individuals with advanced business and law degrees, certified forensic and e-discovery professionals, and technologists with data analytics and systems expertise.Learn more about our white collar crime investigation solutions.
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