Agnes insurance calls KPMG Forensic in a routine “fraud and misconduct diagnostic” surveys requested by a potential merger partner. The diagnosis is a money laundering operation that has remained undetected for several years. The Chief Financial Officer must decide what to make of the money laundering incident and how it does not happen to do it again.

Agnes insurance calls KPMG Forensic in a routine “fraud and misconduct diagnostic” surveys requested by a potential merger partner. The diagnosis is a money laundering operation that has remained undetected for several years. The Chief Financial Officer must decide what to make of the money laundering incident and how it does not happen to do it again.
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Abhijit Gopal,
Ramasastry Chandrasekhar
Source: Ivey Publishing
13 pages.
Release Date: 17 March 2004. Prod #: 904E04-PDF-ENG
KPMG Forensic: Money Laundering at Agnes Insurance HBR case solution