Forensic due diligence

forensic due diligence

Forensic due diligence

Have you considered what due diligence has been undertaken when selecting your next supplier, contractor or employee? Is it enough? asset_35.png

Whether it is transacting with the right business partner or hiring the next executive, conducting a thorough due diligence is paramount to ensure the reputation and integrity of your business decision.

RSM’s forensic due diligence offering is intended to provide you with the right information to allow you to minimise your risk, transact with confidence and protect your reputation.

RSM will work with you to understand your requirements, identify your key objectives and provide you with a customised solution. Our forensic due diligence services access relevant publicly available local and international databases and publicly available information to accurately source critical information that will assist you in your decision-making process.

RSM can provide due diligence services on the following:


  • Person(s) of interest investigations
  • Mergers & acquisitions
  • Private equity in complementing its financial and legal due diligence
  • Supplier verification
  • Executive hiring to verify bona fides
  • Compliance
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Webinar: Anti-Fraud Resilience The Latest Innovations

7 October 2021
Roger Darvall-Stevens, Partner and Head of Fraud and Forensic Services, presented on recent significant changes to fraud and corruption control which could make a significant positive impact to your business to help reduce the cost of fraud and corruption and have a more robust fraud and corruption control system.

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23 September 2021
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Better practice fraud and corruption control guide AS 8001:2021 - RELEASED

10 August 2021
Many who have responsibility for fraud and corruption control within their business (whether private or public sector) will know of the better practice guidance from the Australia Standard AS 8001 Fraud and Corruption Control.

Fighting Insider Fraud: Using the Right Technologies

26 July 2021
Roger Darvall-Stevens, Partner and Head of Fraud and Forensic Services, met with the team at Fraud Today for an interview to discuss his latest global webinar on the topic of Fighting Insider Fraud: Using the Right Technologies. 

Fraud and Corruption Pressure Testing to Reduce "Surprises"

16 February 2021
The fundamental step in protecting an organisation and mitigating fraud and corruption control risks is understanding the type of fraud and corruption control risks that are prevalent to the organisation and assessing the counter measures currently in place to mitigate those risks. 

Risk Insider Newsletter - Edition #5

29 July 2020
Audit Committees, Senior Executives and Boards need to understand the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on internal controls. The pandemic has caused many to transition to a work-from-home arrangement, and your most important internal controls may not have kept pace with these rapid process changes. Now is the time to ensure that any issues with underlying transactions, data or controls are identified and corrected, to prevent misappropriation or fraudulent activities.

Is COVID-19 an excuse to forgo forensic due diligence or integrity checks?

20 April 2020
In the wake of these ever-changing times it is quite natural for businesses and individuals to focus more on survival. This includes staff retainment rather than paying attention to protective control measures including conducting forensic due diligence checks.

COVID-19 Anti-fraud and corruption toolkit for business

27 March 2020
An important COVID-19 fraud update from the Fraud & Forensic Services team at RSM 

Whistleblower reporting and protection for your business

28 January 2020
There are now legal requirements for companies to have whistleblower avenues in place and ensure whistleblower protection when receiving, managing and investigating reports, which bring companies up-to-date and beyond the whistleblower requirements for the public sector.