Forensic accounting

Gain a clear picture of company finances with forensic accounting. Are you involved in a financial dispute or suspect that cash has gone missing? If so, then developing a clear understanding of the situation is vital before making any judgements or actions.

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How can we help you?

Fortunately, with today’s money tracking facilities it is possible for you to trace the cashflow in and out of your business. Forensic accounting adopts a methodical and fact-based approach to discover the truth.

Whether you are involved in litigation or have suspicions of company business irregularities or fraud, McTear Williams & Wood can provide you valuable insights that will strengthen your position with factual evidence. 

All of our senior forensic accountants have full accounting experience alongside a lifetime of business knowledge allowing them to quickly and efficiently analyse your financial records using a variety of techniques.

Our experts

Our forensic accounting team are able to provide:

  • Dispute resolution – our experts can quickly determine the flow of cash and payments in and out of your accounts, providing you with accurate information and aiding you in negotiating with the opposing parties.
  • Legal – gain the vital evidence and proof necessary to underpin your legal team’s position during allegations of company improprieties or fraudulent accounting practices.
  • Accounting assessments – track payments, company payments and the transactional records of director’s personal accounts to uncover the flow of cash through a business, helping with the recovery of assets.
  • Data recovery – reconstruct accounts and financial information from erased files and old storage media to aid in the process of investigating cash flow and problematic situations.

Mike Jenner

Director & Head of Investigations

Mike is a Director and fraud investigator heading up the investigations team specialising in all aspects of contentious insolvency as well as protecting the interests of creditors of insolvent companies and individuals.

A Certified Fraud Examiner with over 35 years’ experience in investigative insolvency.    Works closely with solicitors and barristers at all stages of litigation from pre-issues of proceedings to trial.  

Highly experienced in all aspects of asset tracing and recovery, civil litigation, settlement negotiation, investigative interviewing, fraud investigation, anti-money laundering, directors’ disqualification and prosecution and has sector experience in payroll fraud.

Awarded Certified Fraud Examiner status by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners in 2002 and is a member of the Fraud Advisory Panel.

Working together with your team

When one is presented with clear evidence of the facts of the matter many disputes settle quickly but a small percentage of cases need further legal intervention. In such situations we have a long history of working in conjunction with specialist insolvency solicitors and barristers to pursue successful claims through the Courts. Get all the facts you need to help settle your financial disputes by calling us.

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