Forensic Accounting is an analysis of the movement of money – where it comes from, how it moves, and how it’s used.
Financial investigations are very document-intensive, involving records such as bank account information, real estate files, motor vehicle records, and computer files – all records identifying the paper trail of events involving the movement of money. It pays to work with a reputable partner who is highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to accurately interpret the data in front of them. The link between where the money comes from, who gets it, when it is received, and where it is stored or deposited can provide proof of criminal activity.
Also known as Financial Investigations, this type of investigation is useful in corporate investigations, theft, embezzlement, identity theft, public corruption, health care fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, telemarketing fraud, terrorist financing, asset searches, criminal, and many other types of investigations. A financial investigation can also be useful in mergers and acquisitions, shareholder and partnership disputes, and business interruption and property loss claims. Chesley Brown has a network of skilled investigators who can conduct a thorough financial investigation and provide you with the valuable information you require.
Additional Security Consulting Capabilities
Clients that rely on Chesley Brown Security Consulting and Management services often request additional services including: