RSM Australia

Fraud & forensic services

Fraud, bribery, corruption (and improper conduct) control through risk mitigation and fraud and security crisis management will minimise reputation harm and reduce loss. 

This applies to all organisations from SMEs to multi-nationals, and often involves a ‘fit-for-purpose’ or proportionate customised approach to suit your business needs.

RSM's Fraud & Forensic Services:

  • Forensic investigations and forensic accounting
  • Fraud, bribery and corruption (and improper conduct) control
    • Planning, resourcing, implementing and management
    • Prevention
    • Detection
    • Response
  • Forensic related training
  • Forensic IT
  • Compliance risk reviews (including foreign bribery and corruption)
  • Corporate security risk assessments and advice

Should auditors be responsible for detecting fraud?

11 June 2018
An auditor is a watchdog, not a bloodhound...

Fraud & Forensics - the 'must knows' for business leaders

23 May 2018
This month, Roger Darvall-Stevens, Partner and National Head of Fraud & Forensic Services at RSM, is featured in Financier Worldwide’s Corporate Fraud & Corruption Annual Review. In the feature, he talks about regulatory developments in Australia, fraud & corruption risks and offers advice to businesses on how to mitigate t

Political bid to restore confidence in Murray Darling Basin Authority

1 August 2017
Farmers need greater clarity around what constitutes ‘appropriate compliance’ with Murray Darling Basin Authority water use regulations, before the findings of a badly needed review initiated by the Turnbull government are made public later this year, warns RSM Australia.

Unleash the power of whistleblowers in war on fraud

8 May 2017
Rather than putting a black mark against them, Australian firms should recognise the power of whistleblowers as an early warning system in the fight against fraud and corruption.

Our services to the local government sector

10 October 2016
RSM has a long history, both in Australia and overseas, of providing a wide range of value added services to local government. Challenges facing Councils and Councillors continue to increase, driven by greater community expectations, regulatory changes, and enhancements to governance structures, amalgamations and restructures.

Expertise in waste and resource management

29 September 2016
RSM has a long history of advising clients in the waste and resource management industries, providing integrated solutions across our service lines in Australia and through our global network.

Ultranet Operation Dunham

31 March 2016
RSM’s Fraud and Forensic Services’ Roger Darvall-Stevens and Probity Adviser Michael Shatter share their thoughts on the public examinations of Operation Dunham, Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission’s (IBAC) investigation into the Department of Education and Training’s $180 million Ultranet project.

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