Our forensic accounting specialists provide expert knowledge across all areas of dispute resolution. Expertise ranges across both civil and criminal cases, from inception through to resolution and acting for both applicants and respondents.
Navigating the complex legal channels involved in disputes, we can guide our clients through processes such as information gathering, negotiation and mediation, or act as a forensic accounting expert witness in court.
Our experience includes dealing with all forms of civil actions, and providing the often specific and intricate forensic accounting financial analysis required to bolster or refute claims. Assisting in both commercial disputes and personal litigation and we can either provide the required information or offer expert determination where a clear resolution cannot be reached by the involved parties.
Our team of forensic accountants also provide thorough valuations of both businesses and financial losses. Business valuations are provided for use in cases where Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPOs) have been served and for use in financial proceedings on divorce. The quantum of financial losses are evaluated to assist in resolving claims as diverse as professional negligence, business extinguishment or relocation, personal injury, product liability, medical accident or loss of dependency in fatal accidents.
Cases of financial crime, such as money laundering, theft and fraud, require specific forensic accounting services to be able to accurately quantify any, or all, financial loses or gains and to fully consider all explanations. Where cases progress to confiscation under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA), we are able to provide forensic accounting litigation support to produce the exact information from specific techniques of forensic investigation, forensic accounting and financial investigations required to clarify and evidence the facts, while also working to overcome any statutory assumptions.
Working with our Investigations team, we are able to fully support and advise in any cases that are not subject to litigation. This includes forensic accounting investigations into financial reporting and accounting anomalies, suspected fraud or abnormalities in financial trends.
Our full in-house forensic accounting services comprise forensic accountants, investigators and computer forensic specialists, and as such we are able to offer a complete one-stop solution to identify all relevant data and provide prevalent information and intelligence on both national and worldwide individuals and companies.