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FRA was approached to provide pro bono support to a not-for-profit organization that had identified potential anomalies in its accounting and banking records. A team of FRA forensic accountants and data analytics experts collaborated with representatives of this international organization, whose mission reflects FRA’s approach to social responsibility: giving people and organizations the tools to improve themselves through transfer of knowledge and expertise.
FRA performed an in-depth analysis of hundreds of cash donations and disbursements over a period of three years to determine whether the organization 1) received donations it was expecting to receive, and 2) paid out grants in accordance with its commitments to donors. FRA reviewed accounting records, supporting documentation, and correspondence to build a complex model to identify potential anomalies and reconstruct the flow of funds over the three year period.
FRA’s analysis helped the organization better understand its current cash position and have greater insight and visibility into the volume of donations received and grants disbursed during the specified scope period.