The emergence of whistleblowers not only serves to make investigations more complex, but also stands to put organizations at greater risk.

With zero tolerance policies aimed at retaliation and DOJ guidance calling for the pursuit of both civil and criminal penalties, in-house counsel and their advisers must ensure whistleblower allegations are sufficiently investigated and the underlying issues are remediated.

StoneTurn’s forensic accounting and risks and controls experts are well-versed in whistleblower allegations and subsequent investigations. We work with clients to analyze financial records and documents for indications of misconduct; conduct on-site reviews and interviews; report findings to regulators; assist on remediation efforts; and assess the effectiveness of whistleblower programs in the prevention of wrongdoing.