Your company needs to initiate a discreet review of rumors of internal fraud, or collect evidence with regard to a fraud that has already come to light.
- A mid-size pharmaceutical company was concerned with allegations of fraud in one of its Eastern European subsidiaries. Indeed, the country manager was rumored to be in a position of serious conflict of interest. He reportedly owned undisclosed interests, through a third party, into a professional service firm to which substantial contracts were granted by himself in the name of his employer. The senior management of the pharmaceutical company wished to collect substantiated evidence on the fraud mechanism in order to dismiss the country manager without paying any compensation package, and restart operations anew.