Forensic Tax Accountants

Mark Jenner & Co Limited receive instructions as Forensic Tax Accountants on a regular basis, considering small and large criminal tax evasion cases. Sometimes, these cases can be very substantial owing to the complexity of tax affairs and the long … Read more…

Investigating Fraud, How Hard Can It Be?

The whole fraud investigation industry must be concerned about the recurring criticism levied upon the Serious Fraud Office. Only recently the Times and others reported the latest trial bungle, with the SFO ordered to pay legal costs of £7 million … Read more…

How Can You Prevent Money Laundering?

Money laundering crops up in most of my forensic accounting assignments. This can range from tracing money stolen by the fraudsters or providing a balanced response for a defendant to a proceeds of crime confiscation. At the other end of … Read more…

Hawala Update

Hawala Banking Expert Mark Jenner & Co Limited continues to receive several instructions each year as forensic accountants where the issue of Hawala Banking is central to the matter.  In fact, Hawala has become a much overused term, with the … Read more…

Fraud Investigation And The Computer

Computers – A Gateway For The Fraudster? As soon as the word “computer” is added, a fraud seems to take on an even more sinister and secretive veneer. It is one thing for losses to take place hidden amongst the … Read more…

Matrimonial Disputes – The Time For Fraud?

Tracing Assets In Matrimonial Disputes Providing expert accounting assistance in cases of a failed marriage is a regular task for a forensic accountant. This is especially so for one who specialises in matters of fraud, because much of the work … Read more…

Legitimate Hawala Banking Or Money Laundering?

Hawala Banking is an overused term given to an area of money transmission activity that predates conventional Western style banking. It is responsible for the global movement of funds on a massive scale, measured annually in £100s of billions. Therefore, … Read more…

How To Investigate Fraud

The need for a fraud investigation arises in a number of different ways. One of the most common is when a whistle blower informs the managers of a company that a colleague has been stealing funds. Other ways in which … Read more…

Valuing a Business During a Dispute

Reasons for valuing a business A business needs to be valued if it is being bought or sold. Obviously a price needs to be found for the transaction. Expert accountants will often be used to do this. If such a … Read more…