McGovern & Greene LLP
Forensic Accountants and
Composed of experienced forensic accountants and economic crime investigators, McGovern & Greene's
financial investigation professionals are trained to detect a wide variety of fraudulent conduct, from discovering employees or executives who misappropriate company assets to
assisting investors who are defrauded in the course of commercial transactions.
Typically, fraud examination involves legal, audit and investigative services including evaluating indicators of possible fraudulent conduct, preparing innovative audit and investigative plans, interviewing witnesses, analyzing documents, thoroughly researching all possible sources of information and taking all other steps necessary to resolve the issues and
recover the losses.
All of our work is conducted in a professional and ethical manner, and
as discreetly as possible.
Our Financial Investigative Services offerings include:
McGovern & Greene Investigative Work
Results in Significant Judgements
Judgement in Fraud Case Results in Award in Excess of $85 Million
Read the details of a judgement based on the expert witness testimony of McGovern & Greene's specialists in a recent Fraud Inducement bench trial case.
Malpractice Settlement Reduces $2 Million Claim to $50,000
Read the details of a substantially reduced settlement reached as a result of McGovern & Greene's expert review of auditing standards used in the case.
CPA Malpractice Settlement
BALTIMORE MARYLAND BUSINESS BEAT
CRIME TIPS AND INFORMATION FOR THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY
Journalist Louise Rogers-Feher of the Baltimore County Police Department talks about steps the business community can take to avoid financial losses related to internal fraud.
"Strange question, but how many companies are ready to deal with internal fraud? Forward thinking, proactive businesses think about it well before it occurs." "The most crucial outcome of any plan is the ability of the company to get back on line as soon as possible after the incident. The accounting company calls for a plan that acts much like a road map.
" Read the entire article, and contributions from the accounting experts of
McGovern & Greene LLP at this link: Can You Afford Fraud?