VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM | FCRM advises clients on ways to mitigate their exposure to fraud with a financial dimension, including tax fraud (Sections 68 and 69, General State Taxes Act), money laundering (Section 420bis et seq., Criminal Code), forgery (Section 225,
VAN LEEUWEN FCRM provides holistic services related to customer due diligence, sanctions screening, and transaction monitoring technology solutions at a variety of financial institutions- from global, industry-leading banks- to small, regionally focused institutions. These institutions must balance subject matter expertise and technical
VAN LEEUWEN FCRM serves as a strong, independent compliance review consultant to meet your regulatory testing obligations. It helps clients proactively identify deficiencies ahead of regulatory examinations, validate corrective actions, or advise and assist with remedial efforts that will withstand the scrutiny
VAN LEEUWEN FCRM works with organizations to assess the adequacy of compliance programs and related processes. It helps develop and implement robust, risk-based financial crime compliance solutions with a focus on anti-money laundering (AML), anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions, know-your-customer (KYC), and other
VAN LEEUWEN FCRM keeps pace with regulatory change, maintain an ongoing dialogue with regulators, and employ best-in-class solutions to create effective compliance programs for its clients. VAN LEEUWEN FCRM’s comprehensive approach delves deeply into the regulations and its clients’ business processes to
VAN LEEUWEN FCRM works with leadership to build effective compliance solution strategies to see what is around the corner, and to help leaders understand their risks and responsibilities. It doesn’t simply provide strategic advice. It provides the good counsel and program agility
VAN LEEUWEN FCRM assists its clients in setting up a monitoring framework, developing relevant checking procedures and identifying key risk indicators of fraud, corruption and abuse. It also develops training programmes for employees, and helps to create a continuously evolving control environment
The attitudes within your organization lay the foundation for a high or low fraud risk environment. Where minor unethical practices may be overlooked, larger frauds may also be treated in a similar lenient fashion. In such an environment there may be a
There are a range of fraud indicators – both warning signs and fraud alerts – which can provide early warning that something is not quite right and increase the likelihood that the fraudster will be discovered.
Any organization should set out its approach to dealing with fraud in its fraud policy and fraud response plan. Organizations should ensure that this includes provision for learning lessons from fraud incidents and appropriate, prompt follow-up action.
VAN LEEUWEN FCRM assists its clients with investigation of alleged fraud or corruption perpetrated against corporate and government entities, including, but not limited to, vendor fraud, payables fraud and embezzlement. It also assists with factual, often privileged, investigation of alleged corporate wrongdoing,