KBG Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting

Forensic accountants are more than just number crunchers who happen to work on criminal or civil disputes, these accountants possess additional skills. They must conduct investigations, know how to use a variety of computer programs and communicate well. Some forensic accountants specialize in specific industries that are susceptible to fraud, such as insurance or banking, and learn the business practices associated with those fields.

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Forensic accounting comprises the use of auditing, accounting and investigative skills to interpret and analyse financial and commercial information.

Financial investigations can include a range of assignments during which the forensic accountant is engaged to find out why financial results or behaviour has deviated from the expected outcome and to quantify the impact of such results.

Because the reputations of individuals and companies are at stake, forensic accountants must be very discreet when conducting their investigations. They must be independent and impartial, taking into account both the financial records and the conduct of employees. Unlike other accountants, when forensic accountants conduct audits, they are actively looking for signs of fraud. In addition to examining financial statements to determine whether they are accurate and complete, they may seek out internal databases and court records. Because people committing fraud have hidden the evidence of their crimes, forensic accountants must look beyond the numbers and anticipate criminal actions.

Our Forensic Accounting Services:

Forensic Accounting

Fraud Investigations

Litigation Support

Due Diligence

Expert Witness Services

We can Assist with the following:

Loss of Profits/Earning

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Personal Injury

Medical Malpractice

Insurance

Bank Interest Review

Breach of Contract

Asset / Business Valuation

Workplace Accidents

Matrimonial dispute

Shareholder disputes and Business valuations

KBG Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accountants

are more than just number crunchers who happen to work on criminal or civil disputes -- these accountants possess additional skills. They must conduct investigations, know how to use a variety of computer programs and communicate well. Some forensic accountants specialize in specific industries that are susceptible to fraud, such as insurance or banking, and learn the business practices associated with those fields.

Because the reputations of individuals and companies are at stake, forensic accountants must be very discreet when conducting their investigations. They must be independent and impartial, taking into account both the financial records and the conduct of employees. Unlike other accountants, when forensic accountants conduct audits, they are actively looking for signs of fraud. In addition to examining financial statements to determine whether they are accurate and complete, they may seek out internal databases and court records. Because people committing fraud have hidden the evidence of their crimes, forensic accountants must look beyond the numbers and anticipate criminal actions.

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The above is just a small indication on our services on offer. Please contact a member of our team to discuss your particular requirements.