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Courts, regulators and government agencies often appoint independent integrity or compliance monitors to oversee the remediation of criminal, regulatory and compliance deficiencies at organizations that have been investigated or prosecuted. While monitorships have been predominantly a tool of the U.S. federal and state regulators, they are being adopted increasingly in jurisdictions globally.
Kroll professionals serve as independent monitors and provide multidisciplinary professional services in support of monitors. Our monitoring teams bring together local knowledge; industry understanding; expertise in financial accounting, enterprise risk management, compliance, internal audit and related disciplines; and experience working with criminal, regulatory and competition authorities worldwide. Our professionals have been involved in many of the most consequential, high-profile monitorships of the past 20 years.
Our experts ensure efficient implementation of remedies under the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Trade Commission, European Commission or other governmental oversight. Our targeted reviews and independent testing provide assurance that criminal, regulatory or compliance deficiencies are addressed without unduly disrupting the monitored business.
A Trusted Bridge
Our risk-based approach to monitorships and our experience working with regulators globally enable us to effectively meet the government’s expectations without incurring unnecessary expense for the monitored entity. Kroll acts as the bridge between regulators and the monitored entity. We ensure businesses understand the actions required to satisfy the terms of their settlement and provide visibility and clarity for regulators on the company’s progress in meeting its obligations.
Kroll’s multidisciplinary monitoring team includes former regulators, lawyers, prosecutors, compliance professionals, forensic accountants, investigators, financial professionals, research and data analysts and IT experts. We also draw on our Financial Crime Compliance, Data Analytics and Forensic Accounting practices in our monitoring engagements.