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Forensic Accounting

Quality forensic accounting is vital as personal injury, professional negligence case or commercial litigation can damage your business. You may suspect fraud or you may just require a valuation of a business or other assets. In all of these situations, PKF forensic accounting experts can help you achieve a successful outcome.

Why choose PKF?

PKF forensic specialists combine wider sector knowledge with extensive expertise to guide you through the technicalities of financial investigation and dispute resolution. Partners generally have tried-and-tested experience of providing expert witness services in court.

PKF's fraud investigators are financial detectives, isolating problems swiftly, minimising the potential damage to your business and securing the evidence needed to obtain a conviction.

PKF member firms also have experts who are highly experienced in providing testimony in court, drawing on accounting, auditing, tax and financial expertise as well as their specific knowledge of court procedures.

The PKF International network can also provide business intelligence services for major transactions. As businesses become more internationally focused, they encounter different cultures and other unpredictable elements that can hinder their success. Our business intelligence service and knowledge of local culture draws on a worldwide network to obtain information that cannot be easily accessed. This can provide reassurance in areas that standard due diligence does not cover.

What do we offer?

PKF forensic specialists are frequently called upon in the following engagements:

  • Appraisal of financial losses resulting from fraud
  • Appraisal of damage resulting from prejudicial acts
  • Preparation of expert opinions and second opinions
  • Assisting solicitors in the financial aspects of cases
  • Intervention as arbitrators or mediators in dispute resolution.