Report highlights Accuracy’s global reach, cross-disciplinary skills, innovative technology
Accuracy has been named in Global Investigations Review’s GIR 100 2020, an independent guide to the world’s top 100 investigations firms. The GIR 100 is based on extensive research with practitioners in the field and identifies those firms able to handle sophisticated cross-border government-led and internal investigations.
Accuracy is also the only France-based firm named by the guide and one of just 12 consultancy firms. The guide highlights Accuracy’s global reach of offices in over a dozen countries.
The publication states that “rapid expansion and innovation have boosted Accuracy’s profile in recent years,” and notes the firm’s addition of “cross-disciplinary professionals with forensics, economics, technology and law enforcement experience” as well as innovative use of technology.
GIR highlights the experience of a number of Accuracy’s partners and directors, including Christophe Schmit, Jean-Baptiste de Courcel, Frédéric Loeper, and Morgan Heavener in Paris; Giovanni Foti, Silvia Baroffio, and Laura Gavazzi in Milan; Rick Barker and Rae Lawrie in Dubai; and David Thornes in Singapore.
GIR describes Accuracy’s engagements for multinational companies “where multiple government agencies are investigating allegations of fraud, corruption and embezzlement” and its frequent partnership with GIR 100 ranked law firms.
“Accuracy is proud to be recognised among this elite group of investigations firms,” said Frédéric Duponchel, Accuracy’s Managing Partner. “Accuracy has assembled a team of highly experienced investigations professionals to help our clients with government and internal investigations, and this recognition demonstrates the dedication our team has brought to this work.”
Read GIR’s full profile of Accuracy here: https://globalinvestigationsreview.com/benchmarking/gir-100-2020/1234263/accuracy