Fraud’s a disease that can attack your organisation from the outside or within. Whether you’re a charity or a business, we have the experience to help you recover – and to inoculate you against new attacks.
We track down the evidence and help you get your money back. And we work with the authorities, helping you follow regulations and reporting obligations.
For internal fraud, we can manage your disciplinary and employment processes. For external fraud, our experience includes cyber-fraud (ransomware, copied websites, online fraud, cloaked email addresses) as well as fraud by third parties who are managing your money.
How we help
If fraud’s on your mind, gives us a ring or pop in for a free half-hour consultation. Ask for Rob Oakley or Mindy Jhittay on 020 7551 7777, or email [email protected].
We help prevent fraud by working on your processes and policies – especially on communications, financial controls, data protection, bribery, corruption and early identification. We also advise on trustees’ rights and obligations, and we can help with website penetration testing, insurance, employment contracts and line management.
We help cure fraud by intervening early, investigating, and recovering evidence in a forensically sound way. We recover money through civil action often without needing to go to court.
We help manage your reputation and protect your brand. We liaise with police and other authorities, as well as specialists in IT, forensic accountancy and more. And we help you with the regulators, including preparing serious incident reports.
We can even deliver bespoke training to your staff, to make sure they're equipped to prevent and cure fraud.
Action Fraud is the police’s national centre for reporting fraud and cyber-crime.
The Fraud Advisory Panel explains best practice in preventing, detecting, investigating and prosecuting fraud.
The National Cyber Security Centre, part of GCHQ, gives advice and information. There’s a helpful summary of simple, low-cost techniques for improving cyber-security.
Our charity newsletter covers website impersonation, preventing fraud and five charity frauds. There’s also the Fraud Advisory Panel’s report: Tackling fraud in the charity sector.