We help resolve complex matters posing a threat and disruption to normal operations when your bottom line and reputation are at risk.
We draw on our multi-industry and cross-border experience to conduct incisive fraud investigations and forensic analysis.
Contentious legal and regulatory situations require the right technology to uncover and manage evidence and intelligence. A&M can help.
We organize, rationalize and contextualize your data to facilitate insightful decision-making and drive business results.
The cost of non-compliance has never been higher and the risks have never been greater. Safeguarding your operations and reputation is our top priority.
We provide independent, objective expertise and leverage financial, operational, forensic and investigative experience to provide timely, analysis-based advice that helps meet mandates.
Whether your goal is to enhance your current information security program or respond to and minimize the damage of a cyber incident, we identify the best solutions to protect your data.
Over the years, clients have benefited from our steady hand and relied on our ability to solve complex business issues.
Digital Data's Lasting Footprint: A Look at Fraudulent Incidents and Protective Measures
Data is the lifeblood of most modern-day organizations. Email, infographics, databases, presentations, payroll systems, audio, video and spreadsheets are just a sampling of the types of data that comprise a business entity. The challenge with data is that it is portable, easily manipulated and relatively effortless to duplicate. Countless organizations are susceptible to data vulnerability, be it from a “planted” mole, a disgruntled employee or someone trying to get a leg up in his or her new position. How organizations prepare for, protect and respond to an incident against critical infrastructure is vital to its sustainability.
Managing Risk in a Jungle of Complexity – Fine Tuning Anti-Corruption Efforts in Brazil
Brazil, the “B” in BRIC, is the latest of the emerging markets to tell multinationals that the global corporate citizen is responsible for ethical businesses practices. After nearly four years of debate, the Brazilian National Congress passed, and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff signed, Law No. 12,846, the Brazilian Clean Company Act, which took effect on January 29, 2014. Previously, Brazil had no specific law that held corporations accountable for the corrupt actions of their employees, agents and intermediaries.
Industry Spotlight: Automotive
Dealer Fraud in the Automotive Industry
Just as the seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) for U.S. new car sales rose to a record high of 18.17 million at the end of September 2015, Volkswagen reported its first quarterly loss in 15 years, due to costs related to the scandal over emissions testing of its turbodiesel vehicles. So, as the U.S. auto industry rides high, the world’s largest automaker (in the first half of 2015) suffers.
Industry Spotlight: Education
School Standardized Test Security: From Paper and Pencil to Computer-Based Testing
In April of 2015, 11 staff members from the Atlanta Public Schools were convicted and sentenced to prison terms of up to seven years for inflating standardized test scores of students. Twenty additional Atlanta educators accepted plea deals. These sentences are just the latest development in the long and sordid history of test tampering in the age of high-stakes testing.
No Hiding from Activists
It has become apparent in recent months that no company is too large or too geographically remote to escape the attention of activist investors. Ernest Brod, Managing Director, Global Forensic and Dispute Services, draws on decades of experience in worldwide corporate investigations, as well as his role leading A&M’s Business Intelligence team, to share a unique perspective on the rise of activist investors and the critical questions every CEO needs to be prepared to answer in today’s environment.
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