AnotherDay were instructed to support an ongoing criminal investigation into a high value internal theft and fraud. Over the period of 10 years the former employee had stolen almost £3 million from the hedge fund whilst she was employed as the office manager. Our investigators were required to review thousands of documents that provided overwhelming evidence of her sophisticated fraud. All material was seized, exhibited and scheduled as per current Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act (CPIA) guidelines suitable for trial at Crown Court. During the process, AnotherDay uncovered evidence of luxury purchases that the former employee made out to be for businesses purposes but was really to feed her expensive lifestyle; this included purchases of high end vehicles, furniture, gym memberships and expensive designer clothing.
AnotherDay were instructed to investigate an allegation of assault. Despite the incident being reported to police, it was decided at the time that no further action was to be taken. Displeased with the police response, our investigators were instructed to compile the evidence required for an evidential review. Our investigators obtained section 9 statements from the victims, and completed a case bundle which included a comprehensive case summary, witness list, evidence list, schedule of used, unused and sensitive material. The case bundle pack was then passed over to an independent law firm to review and apply the evidential threshold test with a view to a potential private prosecution.
Our client identified a huge financial loss due to actions of his company co-director. This was reported to the police who decided not to take any further action due to the lack of resources. Specialist investigators from AnotherDay were instructed to review a substantial amount of material obtained to ascertain if any wrong doing had taken place. Further evidential material was identified, seized and reviewed as part of the investigation which proved criminal acts had taken place. Our investigators collated all the material for an independent law firm to review and to apply the evidential threshold test - this led to a successful application for summons to court and the launch of a private prosecution.
Our team assisted a criminal investigation into a high value theft of luxury items from a retailer. The suspect had claimed that the items had been stolen from them, and reported it to the police. Our team were instructed to review the circumstances, and following an in-depth investigation, we identified that their account was false, and they had fabricated evidence to cover an ongoing high value theft and fraud. Our team conducted a complex and detailed criminal investigation, to gather overwhelming evidence to prosecute the individual. We liaised with experienced Queen’s Counsel to review the case, and assisted the decision to pass the material back to the police, who arrested and prosecuted the suspect.
AnotherDay’s investigation team were instructed to support ongoing civil and criminal matters in relation to a high value internal theft and fraud. An employee of a company had stolen around £1m from the company, gambling substantial amounts of money and also transferring this to other individuals. The suspect had been imprisoned but money remained outstanding. Using forensic investigation and detailed investigation, we were able to identify the recipients of the money. They appeared to have no tangible assets, however using social media analytics and deep web research, we were able to identify numerous assets that had been purchased using the proceeds of crime, and forensic analysis of computers identified methods of money laundering.
In order to support a Private Prosecution, our team of ex-specialist police detectives were instructed to investigate a multi-million pound fraud committed in the UK and GCC. Remaining impartial throughout, our team acted in the role of ‘officers in the case.’ We obtained crucial evidence such as key victim and witness statements, analysed financial assets, obtained exhibits and any other corroborating evidence to ensure that a fair and impartial investigation was conducted. Our investigators assisted with restraining order applications and attended both Magistrates and Crown Courts at each hearing and presented evidence against the defendant.