This forensic accountant
argued before the court that it wasn't the nature of the service but rather the amount of service that's performed for customers that drives costs.
apply their skills to legal cases to answer questions regarding damages, generally with an economic bearing, or where there is a concern expressed by a company potentially experiencing fraud or suffering from deficient internal controls.
Using widely accepted methodologies and industry understanding, the forensic accountant
then utilizes this information to piece together the story behind the numbers and quantify the reasonable business insurance loss for each claim.
He added: "We don't have any technically trained forensic accountants
but seven have been interviewed and offered jobs.
Following Massino's high-profile trial, it was suggested that, like the Canadian Mounties, the competent forensic accountant
"always gets his man".
He has since built a successful career as a forensic accountant
, but his memories of the FBI are still fresh.
An entity such as a nonprofit organization or a business, where the forensic accountant
is retained to investigate, confirm the existence of and quantify an anomaly such as an embezzlement or accounting errors.
The online survey, commissioned by forensic accountants
RGL Forensics, found that 22 per cent of those questioned from the region admitted to having bank accounts that only they knew about.
The forensic accountant
requested various historical financial documents from the policyholder for the purpose of determining an appropriate base period from which to project the restaurant's operating results during the period of restoration.
He has been with the firm for 18 years and has more than 13 years experience as a forensic accountant
Expert Witness--Specialist in a subject who may present his or her expert opinion such as a forensic accountant
Using a team of financial investigators - and a forensic accountant
- they work to calculate the amount of money the individual has pocketed through their crimes over the previous six years.