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Forensic Accounting and Finance

Principles and Practice

Get a complete and current guide to forensic accounting and finance that's ideal for postgraduates and professionals.
EAN: 9780749479992
Edition: 1
Format: 215x140
288 pages

About the book

A complete guide to Forensic Accounting and Finance, this book is ideal for advanced-level students and new or mid-level forensic accounting professionals looking to boost their specialist knowledge as part of their CPD, for accountants who wish to build more knowledge in this skills area or advanced undergraduates who feel ready to stretch themselves.

Demand for expertise in this field is growing, and Forensic Accounting and Finance offers a complete, accessible and affordable guide, combining coverage of principle theory with the real and practical needs of the professional. Written by a strong academic and practitioner author team and in association with the Network for Independent Forensic Accountants, this book covers all forensic accounting topics from forensics as an extension of auditing and the basic principles of forensic accounting, to financial analysis and modelling, financial reporting, financial crime, and IT systems.

Forensic Accounting and Finance shares current examples and case studies, highlighting cultural differences for key topics with updated regional legislation information available online for those looking for a truly global approach which is always up to date. Online supporting resources include PowerPoint lecture slides and links to regional updates.

About the authors

Bee-Lean Chew

Bee-Lean Chew is a senior partner within the audit team and heads up the forensic accounting service at Wilder Coe Ltd, a multi-branch firm of chartered accountants based in central London, with whom she trained and qualified. Bee-Lean Chew deals with forensic accounting and expert witness matters for professional firms, individuals as well as corporates, in addition to her regular audit and advisory responsibilities. Her expertise covers regulatory and compliance matters, as well as litigation support services for civil, criminal and matrimonial proceedings. Ms Chew has given evidence in English Courts as well as advised and supported clients in tax enquiries.In addition to her responsibilities with Wilder Coe, Bee-Lean Chew is a director of the Network of Independent Forensic Accountants and provides CPD training to solicitors and fellow business professionals. She is accredited by the ICAEW as a Forensic Accountant and an Associate Member of the Academy of Experts.

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