Recent high-profile corporate fraud schemes have highlighted the need for fraud and forensic accounting investigations, asset tracing, and recovery work. Since the inception of Sarbanes-Oxley, global settlement fines, prison terms, and general enforcement activity related to statutes, such as the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), have continued to increase.
Ryan’s Fraud and Forensic Recovery practice helps protect shareholder value in today’s turbulent economic environment by focusing on the detection of fraud, waste, abuse, and recovery of assets. We assist law firms and corporations with complex financial issues in disputes.
Leveraging state-of-the-art technology and years of fraud and forensic accounting knowledge and investigative expertise, Ryan provides a comprehensive suite of services to proactively prevent and mitigate the future risk of fraud. We also bring our deep accounting and advisory expertise in an increasingly complex regulatory and litigation environment by providing dispute analysis services in regulatory inquiries and investigations, in addition to class-action securities litigation matters.
Ryan’s Fraud and Forensic Recovery practice also helps clients save money, satisfy regulators, and trace and recover funds by performing global forensic accounting investigations, providing litigation support, conducting investigative asset tracing and recovery reviews, and offering fraud risk and assessment services that guide corporate governance, mitigate risk, and enhance regulatory compliance.