Security Solutions

Published on: 03/23/2015

Retail shrinkage, shoplifting, employee theft and supplier fraud costs U. S. companies over $40 billion annually. Conventional wisdom would say that the problem is only getting worse due to the growing popularity of trendy tech consumer products, “must-have” clothing and footwear, and other temptations. Costs associated with vandalism would only seem to make matters worse. But, the numbers tell a different story as crimes involving property, including theft, and burglary rates have steadily declined over the last decade. 

Key Contacts

Todd McMahon

Head of Investment Banking