Forensic & Integrity Services
The fifth edition outlines key trends for companies to accelerate growth by leveraging compliance as an advantage in technologically disruptive times.
The survey offers insights on challenges faced by organizations in fighting fraud and corruption, and addressing these risks through enhanced technologies.
TI’s 2017 report places emphasis on the role of civil liberties such as freedom of association and expression.
Bangladesh’s economic scorecard is closely aligned with this trend, exhibiting significant growth in line with other markets – especially in the Asia-Pacific region.
The survey attempts to assess the current financial crime environment within the life insurance sector.
The survey covers how digital transformation is driving advancements in forensic data analytics and offers opportunities for enhanced risk mitigation.
Following the financial downturn, consumers and investors have become more aware and increasingly intolerant of corporate conduct they perceive as unethical.
In a year characterized by geopolitical risk, economic uncertainty and increased regulatory intensity, the findings of our 2017 Asia- Pacific Fraud Survey are cause for concern. Our survey highlights multiple ‘red flags’ indicating that organizations are in danger of letting fraud risk spiral out of control.
The aim of this report is to stress on the importance of creating a robust cyber incidence response mechanism to better equip India Inc. in combatting cyber-attacks in a more streamlined manner.
This whitepaper provides insights into the various risks related to software non-compliance, how it can arise, and the major challenges that companies are facing today and what they can do to maintain a good software license compliance position.
This publication aims to demonstrate white-collar crime, gauge its impact, understand the need to ramp up evidence gathering mechanisms and trends that will change the future of investigations today.
The report highlights key trends in 2017 which will enable companies to enhance compliance, stimulate business growth and redefine the Indian business diaspora.
This report delves into the areas of concern with regard to women’s safety at the workplace in India and provides insights into how organizations can work towards allaying fears and fostering a women-friendly workplace.
Corporates as well as the public needs to take positive steps for building ethical organizations, fuel sound governance and proactively address risks around corruption.
All 168 of the surveyed countries were vulnerable to corruption of varying degrees. What is the way forward? Read ahead.
Shifting into high gear: mitigating risks and demonstrating returns.
Our Managed Document Review (MDR) solution encompasses all aspects of eDiscovery and document review.
The report highlights key trends that corporates in India need to be cognizant of in 2016 to mitigate risks and chart a holistic growth road map.
Despite increased public awareness, sexual harassment continues to plague Indian workplaces. This report illustrates how employers need to act on this grave issue.
This report talks about the need for a proper fraud-risk management system to safeguard stakeholders from uncertain and unpredictable but highly prospective and latent corporate frauds.
This publication elaborates on unmasking India's NPA issues and how the banking sector can overcome this hassle.
This survey assesses data integrity compliance levels among pharmaceutical companies.
Fraud and corruption – the easy option for growth? Europe, Middle East, India and Africa Fraud Survey 2015
The 2015 EMEIA survey talks about prevalent risks of fraud, bribery and corruption and the need for businesses to act on these urgently.
The survey states that corporate India’s commitment to empower and protect its women employees against sexual harassment at the workplace requires a lot more progress.
Private equity/venture capital players are striving for more transparency and due diligence in investments. The non-performing assets crisis seems to be taking precedence.
The report captures details of financial sanctions and related trends. It also highlights remedial measures/defence mechanisms fit for organizations to reduce their adverse effect.
Around 80% of Indian enterprises are unaware about Competition Law. The report captures insights from revered regulatory and law professionals.
This report is a guide on the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013.
The report reveals the perceived role of trade organizations in facilitating anti-competitive conduct. It also highlights industry misgivings about confidentiality and the discretionary power of the CCI.
The survey highlights the implementation levels of whistle-blowing mechanisms in India, assessing related challenges and the way forward.
The survey provides relevant information on prevalent fraud, bribery and corruption trends governing the M&E industry in India.
This publication elaborates on how forensic technology can be used to manage compliance-related requirements and mitigate fraud risks in today’s complex business environment.
This issue includes relevant news, opinions, analyses and trends to demystify complex innovations that are reshaping corporate India.
Corporate India will need to focus on transparency, promote an ethical culture and sustain long-term profitability to mitigate fraud risks in new-age workplaces.
The survey gathers insight from executives tackling fraud, mainly CFOs, CCOs, general counsel and heads of internal audit.
Big risks require big data thinking, highlighted 63% senior executives. The survey talks about companies using forensic data analytics in their anti-bribery and anti-corruption programs.
This is our own version of the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index 2013.
Corruption risk is a significant concern for companies globally. Large- and mid-size companies need to evaluate their corruption risks and put a program in place.
The report studies emerging trends in arbitration in India.
The survey provides an insight into the impact of bribery and corruption in India and possible remedial measures.
Our legislation framework does not differentiate between independent directors and executive directors. We interviewed some legal professionals and directors to gain their perspective on this issue.
Changing face of arbitration in India: A study by Forensic & Integrity Services (Released in Nov 2011)
The study emphasizes the growing importance of arbitration for dispute resolution in India.
The brochure covers the UK Bribery Act’s implications in the Indian business space, and FIDS offerings in the area of anti-bribery and anti-corruption.