On December 15, I am doing a webcast for Securities Docket. Sign up here.
Financial investigations with high volumes of documentation are difficult, time-consuming, and not always effective. Traditional forensic accounting techniques rely primarily on a manual analysis of the documentation, combined with data entry or other primitive means to capture the numbers.
New cutting-edge technology is changing the face of financial investigations, however, allowing a forensic accountant to capture all data, reconcile the data to ensure accuracy, and map out the flow of funds. Indeed, this software is now in use in U.S. Attorney’s offices around the country, helping the government develop its financial fraud investigations.
This webcast will explain and demonstrate how the latest technology, combined with the skills of a qualified forensic accountant, can offer lawyers and clients superior results in litigation. Faster, more thorough results provide a litigation advantage, allowing lawyers to plan a strategy sooner and with the best available information. Please join panelist Tracy Coenen of Sequence Inc. Forensic Accounting for a demonstration of how this forensic accounting system works, the types of financial data that can be analyzed, the charts and graphs that help evaluate the data, and a variety of outputs that can help you win your cases.
This free webcast is scheduled for Tuesday, December 15, 2010 at 2 p.m. Eastern. To attend, please register here.