In today’s highly regulated and complex global business environment, allegations of fraud and misconduct are all too common, and it is critical that organizations respond appropriately. Once it is determined that an investigation is required, the next critical question is: Who will conduct it?

Every allegation and every organization is unique, and that means there is no single right answer to this question. One thing is certain—it is critically important that no matter how seemingly simple or complex the issue, a complete and thorough investigation must be performed. To stop short is to unnecessarily put both the entity and individuals at risk. It may also leave the organization susceptible to a repeat offense, additional financial losses, or worse, exposed to either civil or criminal liability.

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