Adam Calvert trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with PwC, UK, then commenced his forensic accounting career with PwC's Forensics team. While at PwC he gained experience across a wide range of forensic accounting services, including large scale fraud investigations, loss of profit valuations, shareholder disputes, completion account review and negotiation processes, and anti-bribery and corruption reviews.
Following his time at PwC, Mr Calvert moved to the Lancashire-based firm, Rushtons (Lancashire member firm of NIFA), where he now divides his time between the Forensic Accounting and Audit teams. His experience in litigation support services covers the forensic accounting spectrum, from investigating fraud to advising on quantum in loss of profit and personal injury claims, to valuing businesses for matrimonial proceedings.
Mr Calvert is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and holds a degree in Economics from the University of Durham.