Control Risks conducts investigations on behalf of management, boards of directors and legal counsel, providing its findings to auditors, investors, prosecutors, regulators and other government entities around the globe.
Expert management and analysis of information
Whether an organisation is facing an internal investigation into allegations of improper behaviour, responding to a whistleblower complaint, handling a regulatory inquiry, or a commercial dispute, it is critical that the matter be handled quickly, thoroughly and sensitively.
With over 500 dedicated professionals across the world, experience in international markets and an established network of in-country contacts, we have the experience and capability to support organisations and their legal counsel across a range of sectors, regions and contexts.
Whether you need comprehensive support in a tricky dispute; specialised expertise for a sensitive investigation; or forensic, eDiscovery and eDisclosure services to make complex, highly technical and resource intensive tasks straightforward and effective—you're in good hands with Control Risks.
Control Risks gives you the solutions you need, where you need them
We work with you and your organisation’s counsel to assess counterparties and assets before action, investigate and conduct eDiscovery during a dispute, and support asset enforcement and recovery after a settlement.
Our forensic data analytics team helps organisations analyse high volumes of financial, operational and transactional data to identify high-risk relationships and actions, conduct timely analyses, and implement protocols that reduce your risk and improve your internal controls.
With trained forensic consultants spread across our office network and supported by our worldwide team of investigators, we offer you unlimited reach to acquire data in the context of investigations and litigation matters.
Control Risks’ unrivalled expertise in large-scale, complex and cross-jurisdictional matters, helps you establish defensible and repeatable processes to deal with high volumes of electronically stored information.