Independent integrity monitors, whether government imposed or self-appointed by companies on a proactive basis or as part of a settlement agreement, are increasingly seen as a way to help a tarnished organization regain credibility with the government and its customers. In addition to serving as trustees and receivers, CRA’s multidisciplinary team of former prosecutors, forensic accountants, and data analytics experts have led monitorships imposed by the DOJ, SEC, HHS, FDIC, Federal Reserve, and state and local prosecutors in industries as varied as financial services, construction, healthcare, and e-gaming.
Our engagements typically include assessments of internal policies, procedures, and systems to verify compliance with enforcement actions and strengthen their culture of compliance while meeting the compliance obligations. We take a thorough and pragmatic approach, helping to strengthen an effective and lasting culture of compliance.
Our Focus Areas
- 01Online gaming monitorshipCRA team members served as the independent monitor for a large online gaming company that was the subject of an investigation by federal prosecutors for...View engagement
- 02CRA retained to serve as the OCR-approved assessor under the terms of the CAPOne of the nation’s largest non-profit hospital systems entered into a multi-million dollar settlement and Corrective Action Plan with HHS OCR for potential...View engagement
- 03Banking monitorshipCRA team members led a transactional lookback that reviewed four years of dollar-clearing activity performed by the U.S. branch of a global financial...View engagement