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NIFA is a network of independent forensic accounting practices providing solicitors, barristers and insurance companies with forensic accounting and litigation support services.

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As qualified accountants, NIFA members are able to pool their combined forensic accounting knowledge and expertise to provide an efficient and reliable quality service.

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Latest Cases

Wholesale bank card fraud

Expert advisor

Criminal and Regulatory

Other

Defendant was arrested for conspiracy to commit fraud and charged with the production and distribution of counterfeit bank cards. Examination of laptop found identified in excess of 1,000 compromised bank card details. Prosecution estimated the loss to the UK clearing banks to be £350,000 based on an average potential spend of £350 per card. We […]

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Loss of profits in a Fast Food franchise

Party appointed expert

Loss of Profits

Hotels and hospitality sector

Appointed as a party expert in a High Court case to assess the loss of profits concerning a fast food franchise. The franchisee made a significant claim from the franchisor of a large international fast food chain for losses incurred by operating the fast food business, including the lost opportunity of operating an alternative business. […]

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Expert Determination valuing a shareholding

Expert Determination

Valuations

Other

Appointed in an expert determination pursuant to a court order whereby one party should sell his shares to the other party and the other party should buy those shares at a price to be determined by an independent expert. The case involved the valuation of an engineering firm supplying overseas markets. The determiner was also […]

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What forensic accountants can do for you

Forensic accounting may be described as being the integration of accounting and auditing knowledge with investigative skills gained from practical experience.

It is the means by which the forensic accountant will review instructions given by a client, usually through a solicitor, thoroughly investigate those instructions and the underlying circumstances, examine the financial information …

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