Forensic Update

Reflections on information management within the legal and regulatory arena

Grant Thornton “Focus on Forensics” White Paper

Posted by Johnny Lee on June 3, 2010

In a struggling economy, the inevitable discoveries of fraud are significant. Asset tracing is a challenging, but necessary method used to help identify recoverable assets from today’s fraudsters. But not all assets are created equal – there are both known (traceable) and unknown (unidentified source) assets that must be tracked in order to see the full picture of complex fraud today.

In the March issue of Focus on Forensics, Kelly Gentenaar, senior manager in Grant Thornton’s Forensic Accounting, Fraud and Investigations Services practice discusses the two distinct analytical options used by investigators in a systematic three-step approach to follow the money trail and determine unknown stores of wealth.

Read more in “Tracking transactional footprints in a globalized world.”

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