The Forensic Accountant is responsible for investigating financial discrepancies and irregularities. The Forensic Accountant will work with law enforcement, regulatory agencies, and other stakeholders to identify and recover financial losses.
Investigate financial discrepancies and irregularities. This includes reviewing financial records, interviewing witnesses, and conducting other investigative procedures.
Identify and recover financial losses. This includes tracing funds, identifying assets, and negotiating settlements.
Provide expert testimony. This includes testifying in court or before regulatory agencies.
Write reports and presentations. This includes preparing reports and presentations for management, investors, and other stakeholders.
Administer accounting policies and procedures. This includes administering accounting policies and procedures to ensure that financial statements are prepared in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Other duties as assigned. This may include a variety of other tasks related to forensic accounting, such as preparing presentations, conducting training, and providing support to other departments.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or a related field.
Experience in forensic accounting.
Strong understanding of accounting principles and procedures.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.