Investigative Financial Consulting
Organizations, boards of directors and advisors are continually challenged by financial scandals as the methodologies to defraud them become more complex. MK Forensics is a team of certified fraud examiners, certified public accountants, and forensic accounting professionals that can understand and assess quantitative and qualitative evidence to discover the truth; detect financial improprieties and discrepancies; illustrate, present and clearly explain our findings; and offer recommendations to protect susceptible business assets and processes.
Experience – Our team combines investigatory and accounting expertise to uncover and isolate incidents of alleged misconduct. We have experience in evaluating the financial and operational records of organizations in a wide array of industries and have provided expert evidence and testimony in a variety of jurisdictions.
Services - From collection of data to testimony, we cover the process of answering the questions and providing the fact pattern(s) that support conclusions needed in finding fraud. We specialize in forensic accounting investigations, financial record reconstruction, complex data modeling and analysis, damage quantification, providing expert witness testimony at trial, and designing, implementing, and remediating internal control environments.
Clients Served – We have worked with attorneys (white collar, litigators, bankruptcy, family law), Federal and State government agencies, audit committees, boards of directors and special investigation committees, general counsels, internal auditors, compliance staff and risk managers, financial institutions, insurance companies, shareholders, municipalities, school districts, non-profit organizations, bankruptcy trustees and third-party creditors.
Illustrated Analyses – We assist clients by analyzing and interpreting complex financial information and providing a simplified presentation in informal settings such as mediation and board of directors’ meetings and formal venues such as depositions, arbitrations, bench and jury trials.