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We work for a number of well-known companies. In addition to TRAININGS, we also carry out INVESTIGATIONS. Our services are implemented in almost all industries:

  • International & regional industries
  • Swiss Market Index companies
  • Major European retailers
  • Financial intermediaries
  • Public sector

Due to the sensitive nature of our services, these companies cannot be named publicly. Upon request, we will be delighted to provide you with references that we may only name with the prior written consent of our customers.



“According to Schuchter, the fraudsters he interviewed cannot imagine being involved in further crimes.”

“Offenders are frequently subject to financial pressure,” Schuchter states.

“The offenders believe they are underpaid,” Dr Schuchter continues.

“I was surprised at how likeable the offenders are,” Alexander Schuchter says.

“Virtually all of them worked in the finance sector,” Schuchter says.

“Personality traits which are 99 % shared with successful managers, Schuchter explains.”

“Dismissal is not enough for Alexander Schuchter … this only provides a temporary solution to the problem.”

“Managers fall victim to ‘zugzwang’. For this reason, Schuchter refers to them as ‘boundless’ managers.”

“Schuchter describes the criminals he interviewed as open … and friendly people.”

Interview with Dr Schuchter: “White-collar criminals are generally male.”

“Although motives are very different, they generally follow a pattern,” Schuchter claims.

Interview with Alexander Schuchter: “They [white-collar criminals] love prestige.”

TV Example

SRF 10vor10 Interviews schuchter

Schuchter claims that “soft factors” frequently play a role in minor fraud. These include “not receiving sufficient respect and acknowledgement within the company, a decline in the level to which individuals identify with their company…”


Schuchter Management GmbH COOPERATES with the following organisations – an extract:

Schuchter spent several years working as a supervisor for EY (Ernst & Young), not only in the fields of fraud investigation & disputes and corporate COMPLIANCE, but also in AUDITING

Dr Alexander Schuchter began lecturing at the HSG in 2010. He also teaches at the HSG EXECUTIVE SCHOOL and was voted onto the HSG Senate – the highest academic body

As a member of ISACA, Schuchter Management is actively involved in various ISACA events. Further, Schuchter completed the ISACA Cybersecurity Audit Training & Certificate Program®

Schuchter has given guest lectures at Cambridge University, UK, since 2012. At the Symposium on Economic Crime, Schuchter organises WORKSHOPS with ANTI-FRAUD PROFESSIONALS from around the globe

Schuchter worked and completed his PhD at the KPMG Institute, HSG University, under Prof Peter Leibfried. Together with KPMG Forensic, Schuchter Management developed PERTINENT INSIGHTS

Schuchter is in frequent demand as a SPEAKER at (inter)national conferences: at the 2017 European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing Conference, the 2016 National Conference of the IIA Switzerland …

Schuchter hosts ADVANCED FORENSIC COURSES for the Institute of Internal Auditors – in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany & Austria. He frequently receives invitations to discussion groups

Schuchter is a Certified Fraud Examiner. He shares his PRACTICAL KNOW-HOW with the “Association of Certified Fraud Examiners” (ACFE), e.g. through advice in the ACFE Fraud Magazine

Schuchter has been lecturing at the ETH Zurich since 2014. Each year, some 150 international Master’s students attend his “ECONOMIC CRIME & CORPORATE RESILIENCE” course