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Fraud, forensic accounting, white-collar crime, corruption, asset tracing and recovery, business intelligence, litigation consulting, business valuation, computer forensics, security, corporate espionage and terrorism threats.
These are just some of the areas the experts at Navigant Consulting Canada can talk about. Founded in 1975, Navigant Consulting Canada (the former Kroll Lindquist Avey) is Canada's largest forensic accounting and corporate investigations company. Over the years, we have helped investigate some of the largest frauds in Canadian history, among thousands of other cases. Recently, we provided the forensic accounting expertise for the Gomery Inquiry into the sponsorship scandal and for the Royal Group Technologies Ltd. Investigation.
Navigant Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: NCI) is the world's largest litigation consulting firm. Headquartered in Chicago, it has offices in all the major U.S. business centres as well as in London, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing. NCI offers dispute and investigations, business, and financial advisory services in a variety of industries including construction, energy, financial, health care and government contracting.
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