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Services for Forensic Accountants
A business will leave digital traces of any kind, from SAGE files, to Excel spreadsheets, from emails to Word documents.

Forensic accountants have to investigate white collar crime, often by analyzing vast amounts of data and sometimes hundreds of computers and (nowadays) smartphones.

It is essential for a forensic accounting firm to chose the right partner, who can provide them with high quality leads and investigation. It is essential to know that all the aspects of e-Disclosure have been take care of, that the chain of evidence, the processes and security protocols are in place, so they can focus in the actual work of investigation.

Strathclyde Forensics is an experienced partner in the investigation of financial crime, especially within private business environments. We have been trusted by professionals and businesses around the country.
Forensic Accountants is one of the professional groups that deal more and more with digital evidence, year on year. Financial and other business information is stored digitally and its recovery becomes essential when dealing with any form of investigation on a business. A forensic accountant may work on a variety of cases, ranging from business valuations and divorce, insurance claims, tax investigations, due diligence work and dispute resolution.
Whatever the case you are working on, whatever the size of the business or the asset value of your client, we are here to help. We can offer a forensic triage when there is an abundance of devices that needs to be interrogated, and we have the flexibility to scale our business according to our client's needs.

Feel free to contact us and find out how we can work together.