PwC’s Forensics and Disputes advisory services leads in the cross border investigations area
PwC recognised by ALM Intelligence as a Vanguard leader
ALM Intelligence*, the leading consulting research and advisory firm, rates PwC as an ALM Intelligence Vanguard Leader in their new report ‘Forensics & Dispute Advisory 2016.’
In the report, ALM assesses two Vanguards; Forensic Investigation and Dispute advisory. PwC is not only a leader in the Forensic Investigation Vanguard, but also in Disputes. PwC’s Disputes and litigation consulting practice has cross border capabilities in areas such as commercial, transaction and shareholder disputes as well as International Arbitration.
The report highlights that ‘PwC covers the gamut of Forensics & Disputes Advisory (F&DA) services with a breadth unlike any other. Under its Forensics practice within its Advisory group, PwC provides services around Anti-corruption, Corporate Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Emerging markets, Forensic Dispute Services, Forensic Technology Solutions, Fraud Risk Mitigation, Government Contractor Services & Export Controls, Insurance Claims, IP Rights Management & Contract Compliance, and Investigation.’
It also goes on to say that PwC leads in the cross-border investigations capability area. Coupled with more than 40 technology laboratories spread across the world, PwC is a powerful partner on the fraud and regulatory front, and also is a market leader in the cybersecurity space, again developing key analytics tools for clients.
PwC’s global Forensic Services leader, Andrew Gordon, said: “We are delighted to have been named the leading firm in cross-border investigations. This status recognises our investments in developing increasingly sophisticated data tools and building specialist teams around the world. We use technology to address the threats our clients face, delivering creative solutions that accelerate our ability to provide answers with confidence and clarity.”
*ALM Intelligence, formerly Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory.
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