Forensic Accounting is a combination of accounting, auditing and investigative techniques used to discover financial crimes and suspicions of wrongdoing. Forensic accountants apply special skills in quantitative methods, finance, areas of the law, research, and skills to collect, analyze and evaluate evidential matter and to interpret and communicate findings. A key function of forensic accounting is to explain the nature of financial crimes and give expert evidence to courts of law.
We have significant experience in the following types of forensic engagements:
Bankruptcy and Insolvency
• Business valuations
• Computer forensics
• Money laundering
• Economic damages
• Tax fraud
• Negligence claims
• Business interruption claims
• Litigation proceedings

A forensic investigation may cover any or all the following areas:
Analysis of ledger entries and invoices
• Analysis of bank statements
• Data Analytics
• Imaging of digital devices and computers and
• Conducting of interviews

We have a proven track record of preparing our findings and evidence in a professional manner for use in civil and criminal proceedings and disciplinary hearings. We have conducted and managed investigations on behalf of individuals, corporations, government and law enforcement agencies law firms and public sector organizations.