Fraud and financial crime

Our work for law enforcement agencies on criminal prosecution cases is based on identifying at the outset the accounting evidence required for such cases.   We also need to consider carefully whether there may be “other” explanations in relation to theft or fraud allegations so that our reports on behalf of the prosecution have a sound basis.

It is important in criminal prosecution cases not only to have evidence in relation to the individuals likely to have been involved in committing financial crimes but also to provide detailed evidence underlying the transactions alleged to have resulted in fraud or the theft of funds. Our role in identifying the information required, which is likely to include banking and other records belonging to defendants, and in analysing such information are crucial elements in achieving successful prosecutions.

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