Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting is the area of accountancy that results from actual or anticipated disputes, litigation or legal proceedings where the Forensic Accountant is engaged:

  • To investigate, examine or analyse financial information and relevant non-financial information and inform the client of their findings
  • Where required, to give expert evidence in legal proceedings.

The services of a Forensic Accountant may be required in, for examples, personal injury claims, matrimonial disputes, criminal cases, commercial dispute, insurance claims, professional negligence claims and so on.

ACKACS offers quality specialist and effective Forensic Accountant advice to meet the client’s business needs and ensure compliance to statutory requirements.