Accuracy is proud to have been named in the Global Investigations Review (GIR) 100 2023, 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 one of 14 consultancy firms listed in the guide, and this is the fourth consecutive year that the firm has been listed.
The publication noted Accuracy’s experience conducting cross-border investigations for multinational companies across the energy, oil and gas, telecoms and healthcare industries, among others, while also noting the firm’s innovative use of technology. GIR further described Accuracy’s engagements for multinational companies and its frequent partnership with law firms ranked in the GIR 30.
GIR highlighted the experience of a number of Accuracy’s partners, principals and directors, including Christophe Schmit, Jean-Baptiste de Courcel, Frédéric Loeper, Morgan Heavener and Roberto Maluf in Paris; Anthony Theau-Laurent and Charlene Burridge in London; Giovanni Foti, Silvia Baroffio and Laura Gavazzi in Milan; David Thornes in Singapore; and Jon Nicklin in Beijing.
“Our investigations practice has worked on a host of sensitive and highly complex cross-border engagements in 2023”, said Morgan Heavener, one of Accuracy’s Paris-based partners. “We are proud to again be recognised by GIR for our work helping our clients investigate some of their most difficult issues.”