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Corporate Fraud | Mark Jenner & Co Limited

Corporate Fraud

When a fraud is discovered or even suspected it is important to act quickly. However, rushing in with all guns blazing is likely to panic the culprit, allow evidence to be destroyed and even result in claims for constructive dismissal! A measured response ensures evidence is protected, losses are minimized and there is more chance the perpetrator can be dealt with appropriately.

Mark Jenner & Co Limited is regularly asked to assist with managing a fraud response as well as investigating and tracing the losses themselves. Often the key outcome to any fraud investigation is a clear report that allows fair dismissal of a director or employee who has been stealing from the business. Other times it can be the tracing and quantifying the losses, in order that recovery of assets is possible.

How To Investigate Fraud

The need for a fraud investigation arises in a number of different ways. One of the most common is when a whistle blower informs the managers of a company that a colleague has been stealing funds. Other ways in which … Read more…

Employee Fraud

WHY PROTECT AGAINST EMPLOYEE FRAUD? According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, businesses lose on average 7% of their revenue from fraud.  In a recent survey of over 2000 employees carried out in the UK, 20% of them admitted … Read more…

Ponzi Fraud By Any Other Name

During a recession you would think that investors would be more careful with their money. Is it the lure of high interest rates when conventional financial services products offer such a low return that encourages otherwise astute people to invest their wealth … Read more…

Toys R Us Lose £3.7 Million

It appears that the toy retailer Toys R Us is the latest big business to demonstrate how easy it is for the fraudster to attack if simple anti fraud prevention methods are not observed. Embezzlement master Paul Hopes stole some … Read more…

Charity Fraud

There appears to be a greater risk of charity fraud than corporate fraud. The reason for this is potentially because the culture within a charity is profoundly different to that within a company. A charity is a good cause, it … Read more…

How to prevent fraud

Prevention is better than cure – would seem to make sense in the case of fraud as it is in the case of your health. Fraud can cause a company to lose a great deal of money, or worse collapse … Read more…

Fraud Prevention in Companies

Fraud prevention measures are intended to reduce the risk of fraud. By anticipating what a fraudster might be able to do, and installing a number of cost effective controls, it is possible to protect a company from the fraudster’s attention. … Read more…

Mortgage Fraud in the Buy to Let Market

In recent years before the “Credit Crunch” the relaxation of lending criteria for those persons wishing to become property landlords meant that the number of people buying houses purely to rent out to students and professionals for income and capital … Read more…