Internal Audit & Finance

Testing and investigating compliance programmes is an essential step in any programme.  We deliver testing in 45 languages and 194 countries.

 

Not testing a compliance programme regularly represents a failure to your company. Partner with us to test your programme and validate it with best practices.

More than financial tests and checks, it is about testing the obligations of the programme itself. Our solutions in this area are focused on building, checking and validating the implementation and effectiveness of compliance and ethics programmes.

Get assistance in conducting FCPA and other misconduct investigations. Access a coverage to support your internal clients across the globe with digital forensics, e-discovery, email reviews, interviews, document reviews and due diligence.

Our focus and experience is reviewing, auditing and investigating misconduct across a range of risk areas.  

 

Why The Red Flag Group?

  • Broad Depth. Get the help to auditing process and procedures, not just financials. While financials are important, we help you look at the underlying transaction and impact not just at the revenue or cost impact.

  • Domain Expertise. Access our expertise in local law. We help you to interpret policies and best practices across a large range of risk areas. From HR compliance to compliance with corruption laws, our risk areas and local regulations, local practice as well as at HQ and home countries.

  • Languages. Get audits in most countries and in most languages. Our team is spread around the world and have the experience to manage projects remotely with or without direct support from internal audit teams.

 

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