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JGL Service Offering

We offer three core services, each of which has an array of sub-disciplines

our services
Investigation of Economic Crimes

In our investigations, we obtain and examine various sources for evidence, establish how the crime was committed, quantify the actual and potential losses stemming from the incident, and identify the parties involved in committing the offence. Our findings and supporting evidence are compiled in a forensic report that can be used in institutional, civil or criminal proceedings in a court of law.

Litigation Support

Our Litigation Support Services are designed to prepare the parties responsible to allow the matter to be dealt with effectively. We assist with presentations and clarification of the forensic report and supporting evidence, build the evidence files to be used in further proceedings, assist with case preparation, assess witness statements, and provide evidence and testimony in further proceedings.

Prevention & Deterrence

Even the best policies and procedures become outdated over time. We believe that a combination of ongoing risk assessments, training and education, along with cost-effective prevention measures, provides the best deterrent against crime. We help set up frameworks to prevent and detect fraud, manage governance and business ethics in a structured way, and highlight the rules to follow when responding to red flags that signal potentially fraudulent activity is taking place.

Training & Education

Education and training offer the best protection against economic crime.

We teach effective governance and fraud awareness skills to ensure companies minimise risk and keep the business running smoothly. We show clients the link between operational inefficiencies and increased fraud risk, and how to manage and mitigate these risks. We help them to build a culture of integrity in the organisation.

Our training helps companies and the public sector create the right context for ethical and sustainable practices to thrive using ongoing risk assessments and prevention measures that evolve with continuous shifts in the economy. We show them that this can result in sustainable growth.


“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ~ Nelson Mandela 


Policy Development & Verification

While education and training help develop the skills needed to run your business more securely, policy and procedures are needed to formulate a framework in which things need to be done. We help set up frameworks to prevent and detect fraud, manage governance and business ethics in a more structured way, and teach you how to respond to red flags that signal fraudulent activity is taking place.

We currently cover due diligence (internally and externally), as well as human resource verification, supplier verification, client verification, commercial and entity verification, as well as employment, education, and asset verification.

Investigation and Resolution Services

Financial Statement Fraud

Financial Statement Fraud is the deliberate misrepresentation of the financial condition of an enterprise accomplished through the intentional misstatement or omission of amounts or disclosures in the financial statements to deceive financial statement users.

Asset Misappropriation

Asset Misappropriation can be defined as using company or client assets for personal gain. There are two main categories of asset misappropriation: cash and noncash. Some of the popular tactics on the client asset side include embezzlement, larceny and Ponzi schemes.

Bribery & Corruption

Bribery – means giving or receiving an unearned reward to influence someone’s behaviour. A common form of bribery is a “kickback” – an unearned reward for favourable treatment. Both are corrupt. Corruption – is unlawful or improper behaviour that seeks to gain an advantage through illegitimate means.

Financial Institution Fraud

Financial Institutions include central banks, retail and commercial banks, internet banks, credit unions, savings and loans associations, investment banks, investment companies, brokerage firms, insurance companies and mortgage companies.

Cheque & Credit Card Fraud

Credit Card companies detect fraud by flagging different kinds of transactions. Among them are large purchases made just after small ones, online purchases and purchases that don’t fit a cardholder’s profile.


Consumer Fraud & Public Sector Fraud

Consumer Fraud covers a broad array of deceptive and illegal practices performed with the intent to cheat others. Some of the most common types of consumer fraud include identity theft, credit card fraud, unethical debt collection, false advertising, wage theft and overtime violations.

Computer & Internet Fraud

Examples of Computer or Internet Fraud in action include but are not limited to: using someone else’s computer to access personal information with the intent to use such fraudulently. Installing spyware or malware to engage in data mining. Violating copyright laws by copying information with the intent to sell it.

We investigate economic and financial crimes and deliver evidence-based reports that can be entered into court for litigation purposes.

Once our investigation is complete, we assist clients with litigation support throughout the court proceedings and offer testimony and evidence in criminal or civil proceedings.

We also offer support during disciplinary proceedings, present evidence in disciplinary hearings and can assist in formulating the charge sheet(s).

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