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Forensic Accounting and Expert Witness Services

At BTG Advisory our forensic accountants are recognised and accredited in providing expert services in the resolution of business-related disputes and fraud. They act in civil and criminal disputes in the UK and internationally, working for either side in a dispute, or for both as a single joint expert.

Clients include businesses, individuals, insurers, regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies, pension fund trustees, insolvency practitioners and trust professionals. Instructions are received from local, national and international law firms, management and counsel.

As independent forensic accountants, the BTG Advisory team deliver preliminary advisory reports through to expert witness evidence in court and arbitration proceedings, including the UK High Court, Crown Court and Lands Tribunal, and in international commercial arbitration.

Industry experience is extensive and expert testimony has been given on many occasions.

As part of a leading professional services group, multidisciplinary teams are formed as required, bringing together experts in property and other asset valuations, banking, corporate finance, insurance broking, and insolvency and restructuring.

Services

  • Expert Witness
  • Forensic Accounting Investigations
  • Negotiation and Mediation Consultancy
  • Preliminary Advisory Reports

Typical areas of work

  • Business disputes (contract, negligence, misrepresentation, confidential information, intellectual property, commercial agency, banking, joint venture, commercial property, illegal dividends, loss of opportunity, Wrotham Park Damages awards, account of profits)
  • Fraud and financial crime (white collar crime, directors’ misfeasance, Ponzi schemes, POCA, theft, fraudulent conduct)
  • M&A disputes (warranties, completion accounts, purchase price adjustment, deferred consideration)
  • Matrimonial disputes (shareholding valuations, financial investigations)
  • Partnership disputes (business valuations, profit shares, final capital accounts, financial investigations)
  • Pension scheme disputes
  • Personal injury, industrial disease and medical accident (loss of earnings, loss of pension, loss of dependency)
  • Quantification of damages, including consequential loss of profits and other financial losses
  • Shareholder disputes (contested share valuations, unfair prejudice)
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