The report into the regulation of London Capital & Finance (LCF) is set to be delayed once again. The much-anticipated findings from the investigation into the circumstances surrounding LCF’s collapse and the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) supervision of LCF were initially pushed back to 30 September 2020 but are now more likely to be released […]
Roger Isaacs, Forensic Partner at Milsted Langdon, was quoted in The Times recently discussing the potential pitfalls of shared finances and how this can lead to ‘financial abuse’ or other situations where financial knots need untangling. This includes situations ranging from having a joint bank account where one party is siphoning off funds, to a […]
A recent case brought by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is a good example of how those facing prosecution for fraud can use forensic accounting to challenge the evidence brought by prosecutors when facing serious criminal allegations. In this case, three men have been charged with multiple offences in connection with the collapse of a […]
19 Nov 2020
NIFA's Annual Virtual Conference will be packed full of presentations from external speakers, with the opportunity for members to ask questions and to engage in discussions on issues that are currently impacting their work in light of Covid-19.
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 …