Our ServicesCrime and Fraud Claims
Following a financial crime, theft or other type of financial fraud, it is important that all available data is professionally analyzed, connected and supported with back-up detail to clearly present a complex web of infractions in a logical, easy to understand manner. Many times, the most difficult task is making sense of the financial data and connecting it to individuals or groups over the course of the loss period of which can sometimes last multiple years. The Procor process in forensic accounting services for this type of issue includes a detailed financial investigation, categorization of techniques and related costs, and a narrative final report highlighting the methodology of all the crime related costs.
Chris Mortifoglio, Procor Senior Vice President and Dora Gomez, Vice President /Training Director of the New York Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Our team includes expertise in the forensic accounting, legal, insurance and criminal justice fields, including staff that maintain the Certified Fraud Examiner designation (CFE) from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners - a professional organization of fraud examiners.
We have a history of successfully representing our clients in some of the most complex financial crimes and thefts both from a traditional method as well as the recent increase in cyber related crimes.
We work closely with clients, attorneys, and law enforcement during all phases of the crime adjudication and to produce a final work product that includes a clear presentation of the financial loss along with a detailed narrative describing the perpetrator(s) approach in the event.
Procor exceeded my expectations by both quickly and efficiently figuring out the complexity of the issue at hand. If anyone I knew needed this type of help, Procor would be the first company I would recommend.
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