The White Collar crime refers to “a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation”. The White-collar crimes are fraud, bankruptcy fraud, bribery, insider trading, embezzlement, computer crime, medical crime, public corruption, identity theft, environmental crime, pension fund crime, RICO crimes, consumer fraud, occupational crime, securities fraud, financial fraud, and forgery.
For generations we Indians have been quite conscious of low-level fraud. But what about corporate fraud involving thousands of cores of rupees? This seemed to be the domain of Enron-types, fast-moving wheeler-dealers, who had secret bank accounts in tiny countries. Unfortunately in the last few years, India has seen an alarming rise in the serious frauds and white collar crimes, which has affected the fiber of the country’s economic structure. These cases are nothing but private gain at the cost of public and lead to economic disaster.
The firm has taken its initiative to take provide effective investigation skill and capabilities to eradicate such a rampant practices of corporate crimes from its roots.