Forensic Accounting

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Forensic Accounting Services

When you are in need of forensic accountants in Ireland, it is always in your best interests to deal with a company that has a track record of delivering expert forensic accountant reports..

Friel Stafford has more than twenty five years of experience in compiling accurate and credible forensic accountant’s reports for plaintiffs and defendants, and presenting them as testimony whenever necessary.

Our expertise is backed up by our extensive practical first hand experience of litigation at all levels.  With Jim Stafford having been appointed as Liquidator/Receiver/Examiner to over 700 companies, and Tom Murray appointed to over 600 companies, we have practical experience of “meshing” our work to dove tail in with the work being carried out be the legal teams, and presenting reports that are easily understood by Judges.

We have been involved in cases that have established precedents.

We are experienced at presenting our forensic reports from the witness box and defending them under rigorous cross examination.

Our forensic accounting services cover practically every legal and commercial discipline – from personal insolvency to corporate funding – to assist individuals and businesses with financial fact-finding.

The dedicated and professional team of Forensic Accountants at Friel Stafford offer a comprehensive range of forensic accountancy services which include:

Our clients originate from many different sources and so, within each of the above disciplines, we provide a flexible and accommodating forensic accountancy service; irrespective of whether a forensic accountant in Ireland is required for an exclusive task or one which forms part of a much larger investigation. Our clients include various government agencies, City and County Councils, semi-states, national, multinational, SME and personal clients.

From the list of forensic accounting services above, one of the most important is our expert witness service; for no matter how well a forensic accountant has compiled his or her analytic report, it has to be presented competently and clearly for it to be effective. Our experienced team all understand the importance of delivering a forensic accounting report in such a way that it will withstand legal scrutiny.

Examples of Forensic Accounting Assignments carried out

Before the Event Forensic Accountancy

Forensic accounting is not solely for the purpose of finding solutions after the event, and Friel Stafford are also able to provide “before the event” forensic accountancy services in order to evaluate accounting procedures and internal controls with the aim to prevent fraud before it occurs.

While unable to provide absolute assurance that no future fraudulent activity will take place, it is often a wise option to have a forensic accountant in Ireland review existing accounting procedures before a problem materialises.

This form of “insurance” forensic accountancy has been known to act as a deterrent against fraud, which in turns strengthens the individual´s or organisation´s internal control environment, and is a cost-effective way of protecting your individual or corporate assets. We also provide an Internal audit Service.

Contact Us Today for a Confidential Discussion

In the majority of cases – and certainly when asset tracing – the sooner you speak with a professional forensic accountant in Ireland, the more likely it is that the business reality of the situation can be identified, and the situation resolved successfully.

Please call the Friel Stafford advice line on 01 661 4066 for confidential advice without any obligation to proceed with our services. Alternatively you may email or for further information.

Dealing with issues that require a forensic accountant in Ireland is often complicated and rarely pleasant. Allow the team from Friel Stafford to deal with the issues for you, effectively and discretely.

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