Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accoutants are often appointed by a third party, say a bank or a solicitor, on behalf of their client, who may require:

  • A business valuation for divorce proceedings
  • A calculation of losses incurred for an insurance claim
  • Assistance to help resolve a dispute, either within the business or with a third party
  • A due diligence report as part of an acquisition or to obtain funding from the bank for business expansion

Contact the HSKS Greenhalgh Forensic Accounting Litigation Support team today if you, or one of your clients, are looking for an expert team who can offer constructive and commercial advice, thus reducing the time, cost and risks involved in order to reach a settlement as soon as possible.

The team are led by Director Philip Handley, an ICAEW Accredited Forensic Accountant.  You can download a copy of Philip's CV here.

Contact a member of our Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support Services team to discuss how we can help you or your client.

Services expert: 
Director - Audit & Assurance Services and Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support
Manager - HSKS Greenhalgh Corporate Finance

Business Valuations &...

There are a variety of reasons why a business or individual may require a shareholding to be valued.

Dispute Resolution

Unfortunately it is not uncommon in business that two parties suddenly find themselves in dispute.

Fraud and Illegal Acts

It is vital to have the measures in place to help minimise the risk of fraud affecting your business.

Insurance Claims

Whatever the nature of the claim, you'll require proactive advice to help achieve a satisfactory outcome.