Forensic Accounting

A forensic accountant is tasked with examining complex financial matters in order that they can be presented in a clear and concise way in any dispute involving business and accountancy issues.

Forensic accountancy is a skill that is acquired through experience rather than being taught. The practitioner must be confident when presenting a report which can often be scrutinised in exhausting detail by a court. A criminal defence forensic accountant must be prepared to stand by his or her opinion where it may have a major impact on eventual sanctions including freedom from a prison sentence.

Forensic Accounting For Police Forces

Mark Jenner & Co Limited is happy to examine all cases of fraud and financial crime for the prosecuting authorities and prepare an independent expert accountant’s report that can be supported by oral evidence in court. Our input can include … Read more…

Why Do You Need a Forensic Accountant?

Many solicitors working in all areas of the law routinely use forensic accountants to assist them with the financial and business apsects of a case. However, some solicitors may be faced with the need to instruct an expert accountant for … Read more…

How to Choose a Forensic Accountant

How do you choose a forensic accountant? Many people think that one forensic accountant is the same as any other – some think that the more you pay the better service you will get. As with all other professional services this is of course very far … Read more…

Forensic Accounting Techniques

Mark Jenner & Co is a firm of Chartered Accountants that specialises solely in forensic accountancy. Although services do not include normal accounting lines such as auditing, preparation of year end accounts and the provision of tax advice, a forensic … Read more…