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Forensic Accounting & Fraud Services

Whether you suspect or have confirmed improper actions, or are looking to improve your fraud prevention and detection controls within your organization, our team can provide assistance. Forensic accounting traditionally involves misappropriation of assets or fraudulent reporting. FMF&E can investigate suspected or identified cases of fraud or misappropriation in order to provide litigation support, as well as identify areas or controls that need improvement to prevent additional fraud in the future. Fraud and misappropriation can have a long-lasting impact on your business. Preventing it through strong internal controls, and identifying it quickly when it does occur, can minimize the damages, and FMF&E’s forensic accounting team has the expertise to assist you.

Our team is comprised of knowledgeable and proficient individuals with experience in a variety of industries. This concentration and experience within a select group of professionals has given FMF&E strong technical skills and a broad understanding of the issues affecting your forensic accounting and fraud examination needs.

We have presented our work product to our clients, their third party service providers, and other stakeholders, in addition to attorneys for both sides in deposition and court settings. We have also presented in front of insurance companies related to the claims process and in front of representatives of the United States Attorney’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Services:

  • Fraud examinations
  • Litigation support
  • Economic damage analysis
  • Reconstruction of financial data and accounting records
  • Asset tracing and recovery
  • Development / improvement of fraud prevention programs
  • Post-investigation process and control review
  • Highlight areas with weak internal controls in order to prevent future incidents
  • Assess exposure to fraud risks, and make recommendations to mitigate this risk
  • Anti-Fraud Consulting