Forensic accounting (FA) received a glare of publicity due to rapid increase in financial frauds and white-collar crimes, an area which still needs much professional attention. A specialized integration of accounting, auditing and investigative skills yield the specialty known as Forensic Accounting. Forensic accounting service provided at CRR is an accounting analysis that provides a basis for discussion, debate and dispute resolution, suitable for presentation in the courts of law. At CRR Forensic Accounting investigation service encompasses both Litigation Support and Investigative Accounting. Our Forensic auditors and accountants provide assistance of an accounting nature in a matter involving existing or pending litigation dealing primarily with issues related to the quantification of economic damages, calculating the economic loss resulting from a breach of contract, employee thefts, securities fraud, insurance fraud, kickbacks and proceeds of crime investigations.
You can trust the team at CRR as they are trained to look beyond the numbers and deal with the business reality of a situation.
The team at CRR is seasoned for following financial forensic engagements:
- Forensic audits
- Internal audits
- External audits
- Economic damages
- Pre and Post-acquisition disputes
- Securities fraud;
- Business valuation; and
- Computer forensics/e-discovery
- Shareholders’ and Partnership Disputes
- Personal Injury Claims / Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Business Interruption / Other Types of Insurance Claims, property losses and employee dishonesty (fidelity) claims.
- Business/Employee Fraud Investigations
- Professional Negligence
- Mediation and Arbitration
- Money laundering
- Fraud detection
- Outgoing partner’s settlements
- Matrimonial financial dispute settlements
How we do it
Our ability to respond immediately and to communicate financial information clearly and concisely in a courtroom setting is critical.
Each forensic accounting assignment is unique . Forensic accounts analyze, interpret, summarize and present the complex findings of financial and business issues in professional manner. The team at CRR follows the following steps for Forensic Investigations
- Meet the client
- Perform a conflict check
- Data collection
- Data preparation
- Perform initial investigation
- Develop an action plan
- Obtain the relevant evidence
- Data analysis
In order to properly perform these services our Forensic Accountant are well seasoned with legal concepts and procedures.
For questions about our services, you are in good hands with Tehseen Chauhdry. You can contact him via email: firstname.lastname@example.org