Every time a financial crime is prosecuted, opportunities for forensic accountants arise. There are two sides in each case: the prosecution and the defense, and each has very different objectives and strategies. Regardless of which side retains them, forensic accountants can participate in and even assist in determining the direction of certain aspects of the case. Topics covered include calculation of damages, asset tracing and recovery, information gathering tools, and tips and recommendations from both the prosecution and defense for leading qualities they look for in an accounting and mistakes to avoid.
Understand the needs of both the prosecution and defense Learn the elements of a financial criminal litigation Be aware of powers and limitations of subpoenas, warrants, and surveillance Lean techniques to identify, freeze and seize assets
Who should attend this event?
Practitioners who are forensic accountants or are interested in forensic accounting
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications
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