Forensic and investigative accounting forms a major part of our insolvency work, particularly in liquidations. We critically review accounting records to determine whether they accurately reflect the full state of a company's affairs and are frequently able to identify assets or claims which are not recorded in a company's accounts, which management are either unaware of, or choose not to disclose. These include overdrawn shareholder current accounts, voidable preferences, insolvent set-offs, voidable charges, un-invoiced transactions, sales at undervalue, theft and other misappropriations or fraud. Recoveries can also arise from items such as bonds paid but not reclaimed, and unclaimed GST.
We offer these services to clients who require an independent review or investigation into a company's financial records.
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