Financial investigations are usually very document-intensive.
- The organization of these documents is the key to a successful investigation. Having the experience to know how to identify what is important and how to analyze the data is essential.
- The presentation of the results of the investigation is the one of the most important aspects of the investigation. Having the experience to know how to present the findings of an investigation can substantially enhance the successful outcome the engagement.
Our experience includes:
- Examined financial information regarding suspected fraud by a non-profit organization. Provided a full report to the Boulder District attorney’s office in support of a successful criminal prosecution. Was certified as an expert witness as a Forensic Accountant and testified at trial.
- Examined bank documents and accounting records regarding suspected forgery by former employee. Prepared calculation of damages and Crime Loss Report for client’s insurance claim. Report also prepared for law enforcement in support of a successful criminal prosecution.
- Investigated suspected student financial aid fraud in a community college environment. Examined financial information regarding suspected fraud. Prepared and presented a full report to the Attorney General’s office in support of criminal prosecution.
- Examined 4 years of accounting records regarding potential misappropriation of funds by a Board member of a quasi-governmental entity. Prepared analysis of transactions and report of findings of irregularities for current Board of Directors.
- Reviewed 7 years of clients’ investment portfolio and brokerage statements. Prepared Calculation of Damages for FINRA investigation.
- Prepared analysis of accounting documents relating to Homeowners’ Association. Reviewed 5 years of financial documents for potential misappropriation of assets.
- Reviewed documents and property related to mortgage fraud investigation.
- Examined financial information regarding suspected misappropriation of funds by the executor of an estate resulting in civil theft conviction
- Investigated assets involved in a divorce proceeding resulting in significant change in settlement offer.
Embarking on a financial investigation can be an expensive proposition. Not all cases fall within a reasonable cost versus the potential benefit. Contact us today for a free consultation to determine if you need to move forward with an investigation and/or to determine if the facts of the case warrant legal counsel for either civil or criminal matters. We are very straightforward about the potential costs of an investigation versus the potential for recovery.