Combined Duff & Phelps and Kroll disputes, investigations, cyber, business intelligence, restructuring and other advisory.
Organizations confront governance and risk-related challenges that call for global resources, technical expertise and unquestioned independence and integrity. These attributes are at the core of what our Governance, Risk, Investigations and Disputes business unit delivers.
The Governance, Risk, Investigations and Disputes practice combines Duff & Phelps’ expertise in disputes, investigations and regulatory matters with Kroll’s comprehensive offerings in investigations, cyber resiliency, due diligence and compliance.
Professionals in this business unit work seamlessly with colleagues in our Valuation Advisory and Corporate Finance practices. Together, we help you make informed, smart choices when facing mission critical decisions.
Business Intelligence and Investigations
Providing firms with investigative expertise to help resolve conflict.Business Intelligence and Investigations
Compliance and Regulatory Consulting
Local and global compliance expertise for the financial services industry.Compliance and Regulatory Consulting
Kroll's award-winning cyber experts can help clients in every step of the way toward cyber resilience.Cyber Risk
Providing expert analysis and testimony in the context of litigation, arbitration and other commercial disputes.Disputes
Helping companies, financial sponsors, lenders, creditors and other stakeholders involved in challenging situations and distressed transactionsRestructuring Advisory
Legal Management Consulting
Advisory for technical innovation and process insights.Legal Management Consulting
Complex business services and claims administration.Prime Clerk
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Duff & Phelps’ 2019 Goodwill Impairment Study Featured in The Wall Street Journal