The financial and reputational risks of economic crime and disputes can be huge. Our team of accountants, lawyers, former regulators, computer forensic specialists, engineers and other experts can help to investigate, analyse and resolve potential crises. Or better yet, provide forensic advisory services up front to prevent issues arising.
We’re PwC's Crisis Management Team. We’ll work beside you to help you prepare for, respond to, and recover from a crisis. So you can confront it, withstand it and emerge stronger.
In today’s business environment, financial institutions face tremendous regulatory, operational and reputational risks and penalties for noncompliance with anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.
Globalisation offers new opportunities in the form of new markets. However, in order to navigate successfully in these unchartered territories, companies need to make informed decisions. Companies need intelligence (not information) that is credible, relevant and timely.
Companies need intelligence, not just information.
The evolving corporate landscape has increased the importance and complexity of IT infrastructure and associated data. While it has served as a boon in bringing in efficiency and productivity as compared to a paperbound world, it has also increased the risk of vulnerability and fraud.
According to estimates, India has seen a rise in disputes arising out of increased business activity. Besides tarnishing reputation, disputes can disrupt the business foundation, resulting in project delays, funds shortage, blocking of monies and loss of business opportunities.
Physical security threats most often come without warning. Today, every growing organisation needs to be ready to combat such risks to stay ahead in business. Physical security threats can be broadly summarised as events or activities that hamper the growth of an organisation or prevent it from achieving its strategic goals. These threats can emanate from multiple sources and can even be a spillover from incidents or occurrences in other organisations. They are different from day-to-day threats and the nature and magnitude of impact often have larger repercussions on organisations and their people.
Our clients draw upon PwC’s in-depth sector-based knowledge and broad dispute experiences for consulting as well as strategic advice, independent analysis and objective expert evidence. We bring on board an experienced team of specialists that investigates and analyses the project management, programming, financial and economic aspects of capital project disputes.
Leader, Forensic Services, PwC India
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